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CEA-Midwest Executive Director Chris Ventura discussed how the shale revolution in Ohio has driven down costs for families and small businesses who rely on natural gas to power and heat their homes and gasoline to travel over the holiday season.

“Even though gas prices do seem a bit higher than last year, on average, an Ohio family is spending less in its take home pay for gas this year than in the past,” Ventura said. “And when you compare that to what we were paying, say a few years ago, we’re still paying a lot less now than we did when gas prices were reaching near or even over the $4 mark.”

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