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Senator Demands Proof That 5G Is Safe. So Does The National Institute For Science, Law & Public Policy

Despite just how much you enjoy modern technology, you ‘d possibly need to know that insurer quit covering cordless radiation direct exposure due to the fact that it’s also high-risk, appropriate?

Released the other day on Company Cable: “Blumenthal Presses FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr to Divulge Proof of ‘5G Security'”

WASHINGTON–( ORGANISATION CABLE)– The National Institute for Scientific Research, Legislation & & Public Law (NISLAPP) praises Connecticut Legislator Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) for pushing FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr, Esq. to offer documents corroborating the Commissioner’s statements protecting ‘5G safety and security.

NISLAPP secs this demand. Jim Turner, Esq., Head Of State of NISLAPP, states:

” NISLAPP considers it an error to position brand-new high-frequency emitting antennas in neighborhood areas, in extremely close distance to residences, workplaces as well as institutions, when no pre-market wellness screening at range has actually been performed on the impacts of the radiation discharged, to our understanding, as well as when much more secure hard-wired net accessibility innovations are easily offered. We highly sustain Legislator Blumenthal’s demand of FCC Commissioner Carr to offer the documents showing the FCC’s ‘safety and security resolution for 5G,’ in addition to the sustaining clinical citations utilized in making that resolution.”

Legislator Blumenthal’s official demand to Commissioner Carr asking for these records was revealed at an interview in Hartford today. In the letter, Blumenthal clarified that lately, in an Us senate Board area hearing in South Dakota pertaining to 5G, Mayor Paul TenHaken of Sioux Falls, SD was seeking “clear instructions, speaking factors, research studies that have actually been done that program that there is no damage to our components as well as to the taxpayers on placing these little cells on towers near collections, near institutions, near their residences.” Which Commissioner Carr reacted at the time, claiming, “Federal legislation in fact states that state as well as city governments can not take [radiofrequency] problems right into account provided just how much job has actually entered into this problem at the government degree … Both at the FCC as well as various other skilled wellness firms in Washington, they remain quite up to speed up on these concerns as well as have actually gotten to the resolution that these are risk-free.”

The FCC’s task is to control the Telecommunications Sector as well as safeguard the general public Nevertheless, The FCC is NOT a wellness or ecological defense company FCC “Security” Specifications for all cordless items as well as framework are obsoleted. Protestor Article has actually reported regarding FCC commissioners house siding with sector prior to. FCC Chair, Ajit Pai, is guilty of doing the exact same. Previous FCC Chair, Tom Wheeler, was no much better. So relying on The FCC does not appear to be a great choice.

Extra from Company Cable:

Following this exchange, Legislator Blumenthal is currently getting in touch with FCC Commissioner Carr to send out the adhering to documents to his workplace:

  1. The 5G safety and security resolution from FCC as well as various other pertinent wellness firms to which Commissioner Carr referred throughout the area hearing.
  2. Present citations for the research studies notifying that safety and security resolution.

He claimed his very own components have comparable problems regarding 5G, which he intends to offer them with precise info.

Legislator Blumenthal claimed we “have an interest in accustoming ourselves with the most recent research studies reviewing the wellness impacts of high-band regularities as well as inflections that would certainly be utilized in 5G networks.” He kept in mind “The majority of our existing policies pertaining to radiofrequency safety and security were embraced in 1996 as well as have actually not yet been upgraded for future generation devices as well as gadgets.” He additionally discussed the huge UNITED STATE federal government moneyed research study by the National Toxicology Program, released this year, making use of earlier generation innovations (2G as well as 3G), revealed a web link in between radiofrequency radiation as well as cancer cells.

Protestor Article additionally reported regarding the NTP research study a couple of months earlier. Yep– cancer cells from direct exposure.

Back to Company Cable:

Blumenthal included, “Service providers will certainly additionally require upgraded standards regulating the consent of gadgets to be utilized with 5G,” as well as “We additionally think it is essential for the FCC to act upon its March 27, 2013 Additional Notification of Proposed Rulemaking as well as Query to guarantee all people, as well as specifically those operating in close distance to the thousands of countless little cell centers to be released, are safeguarded from any type of type of excess radiofrequency radiation.”

The Communications Employees of America existed at journalism meeting, as was scientific research author as well as specialist in magnetic fields, B. Blake Levitt. See Levitt Feedbacks.

The National Institute for Scientific Research, Legislation as well as Public law thinks about Legislator Blumenthal’s line of query regarding the degree of safety and security assessments of future generation 5G radiation to be seriously vital. Camilla Rees, Senior Citizen Plan Consultant to NISLAPP, states, “All Participants of Congress, in addition to state as well as city government authorities, may think about asking comparable inquiries regarding the brand-new, various as well as hazardous 5th generation radiofrequency innovations that the telecommunications sector plans to release commonly within our living atmospheres, regarding which researchers around the globe are advising

Worldwide researchers in lots of nations are asking for a halt on 5G up until the possible dangers are totally checked out.

FYI– the 5G postponement was produced in 2017. Protestor Article has actually additionally reported regarding where 5G has actually currently been set up as well as Americans as well as their family pets have actually come to be ill. Citizens of Gateshead, England currently won a litigation versus 5G.

Extra study web links are given at the end of the Company Cable write-up. Protestor Article has actually additionally reported regarding Michigan Legislator Patrick Colbeck’s initiatives to safeguard locals from direct exposure to 5G in addition to energy “Smart” Meters.

Do you understand just how your chosen authorities really feel regarding any type of or every one of this?

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Colorado Symphony, flush with $88 million endowment, sees longtime leaders depart

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Jerry Kern’s vanilla-and-caramel Havanese, Mikey, calmly eyed the knees of people streaming by in the Edge Bar, at the Four Seasons Hotel Denver, on Tuesday. He barked only once — and unsurprisingly, at another compact canine.

“He comes in the restaurant with me sometimes,” said Kern, 83, who lived in the luxury hotel for a time with his wife and philanthropic partner of 23 years, Mary Rossick Kern. “He’s always very quiet in there. Aren’t you, Mikey?”

Posting up on a couch with Mikey is not something Kern does frequently. On Sept. 9, Colorado Symphony officials announced his retirement as CEO and board chairman, following two on-and-off decades of financial and artistic growth and tumult. At the same time, leaders revealed the symphony’s endowment had reached $88 million, which Kern boasted as “unprecedented in the Colorado performing arts community.”

“It’s not tied to the pandemic,” Kern said of his departure, which the symphony attributed to personal reasons (while deflecting requests for more information). “I’m free to say anything now. But I’d rather talk about how it’s almost ten years to the day that the musicians reached out to us after the whole board left and they were about to declare bankruptcy.”

That would have been a staggering blow to Denver’s cultural scene, which in 2011 was matching its rapid population and construction growth. Colorado Symphony is one of the four main arts organizations at downtown’s Denver Performing Arts Complex, along with Colorado Ballet, Opera Colorado and Denver Center for the Performing Arts (theater and Broadway).

Kern first got involved in the early 2000s when his wife, who had been at the CSO (as it was called at the time) more than a decade, brought him in. They later stepped away from their leadership duties after helping launch innovative, lucrative programming. But they returned in 2011 when the symphony was on another path of doom — at one point $1.2 million on the red, and saddled with disgruntled musicians and nearly two dozen canceled concerts.

Former Colorado Symphony CEO and board chairman Jerry Kern is leaving the organization with a legacy of growth and financial stability. (Provided by Jerry Kern)

“We initially got very little support from the city, and we were being told on a regular basis that they didn’t believe in our longevity,” Kern said. “Now I’ve got a great relationship with the mayor’s chief of staff, Alan Salazar.”

The Kerns focused on fundraising, new revenue streams, lowering the average age of attendees, and fresh programming. All were successful, resulting in $4 million to $5 million in annual ticket sales, pre-pandemic. In addition to classical repertoire, the symphony is now known for its live film-score screenings; playing backup for acts such as The Flaming Lips, Tenacious D and Gregory Alan Isakov at Red Rocks Amphitheatre concerts and live albums; and holiday programming.

But Kern and city leaders have clashed publicly over finding the best long-term deal for the symphony. In 2014, they near-simultaneously announced different visions for the Denver Performing Arts Complex, which the city owns, and on which the symphony’s Boettcher Concert Hall sits. Kern revealed a $40 million Build a Better Boettcher campaign at a press conference; hours later, the city revealed its Next Stage plan to redevelop the larger complex.

By 2019, the symphony and the city of Denver signed an agreement effectively condemning Boettcher, which was built in 1978 and had become a liability with its empty seats and poor acoustics. The symphony also considered picking up stakes and moving to Cherry Creek, leaving Denver without one.

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What are the odds of winning tonight’s $545 million Powerball drawing?

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What are the odds of winning tonight’s $545 million Powerball drawing?

ST. LOUIS – You have a chance to become a multi-millionaire Monday night when a near-record Powerball jackpot goes up for grabs.

Monday night’s drawing is worth an estimated $545 million. If the winner chooses the up-front payout, they will receive $392 million. The drawing will be done at 10:00 p.m.

The odds of winning the jackpot are 1 in 292.2 million.

Here are five things more likely to happen:

  1. Being killed by hornets, wasps or bees
  2. Becoming president of the United States. Those odds are about 1 in 1 million.
  3. Becoming a movie star:
  4. Going to the emergency room with a pogo stick-related injury. Those odds are about 1 in 115,300, according to Deseret News.
  5. Having conjoined twins. The odds of birthing conjoined twins are about 1 in 200,000, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center.

The odds aren’t great when it comes to winning the Powerball Jackpot, but what if you win?

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The Broncos are 3-0 for the 15th time in franchise history. Here’s how previous Denver teams fared.

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The Broncos are 3-0 for the 15th time in franchise history. Here’s how previous Denver teams fared.

The Broncos are 3-0 to begin a season for the 15th time in franchise history.  While such a start is generally a harbinger for good things to come, it does not guarantee success. Nine of the 14 previous Broncos teams that started the season with three straight wins reached the postseason, with seven going on to appear in the Super Bowl. Here’s a look at how each team fared:

Year Unbeaten start Final record Comment
1970 3-0 5-8-1 Last full season of Lou Saban Era preceded 1971 “Half a loaf” tie
1977 6-0 12-2* First playoff bid ended with Super Bowl loss to Cowboys
1986 6-0 11-5* Dan Reeves’ first Super Bowl trip closed with loss to Giants
1989 3-0 11-5* Reeves’ third and final Super Bowl season, also ending in loss (49ers)
1996 3-0 13-3* Upset loss to Jaguars in divisional round ruined dream season
1997 6-0 12-4* Broncos’ first championship season began with six-game win streak
1998 13-0 14-2* John Elway walked off into sunset with second straight Super Bowl title
2002 3-0 9-7 Brian Griese’s final year as Broncos QB fell just short of playoff bid
2003 4-0 10-6* Wild Card trip signaled optimism in Jake Plummer’s first year in Denver
2008 3-0 8-8 Three consecutive losses at end of season finished Jay Cutler Era
2009 6-0 8-8 Josh McDaniels’ lone full season as head coach ended with 2-8 thud
2013 6-0 13-3* Peyton Manning went 13-3 for second straight year, but Broncos lost Super Bowl
2015 7-0 12-4* The Broncos won the last of their three Super Bowl titles
2016 4-0 9-7 Trevor Siemian looked like QB of future, then Broncos missed playoffs
2021 3-0 TBD TBD

* Reached the postseason

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‘I was wrong’ in opposing gay marriage in past, Liz Cheney says

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Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wy., delivers opening remarks at the first hearing of the House select committee hearing on the Jan. 6 attack on Capitol Hill in Washington. Former President George W. Bush will headline a fundraiser for top Donald Trump critic Cheney next month, turning her reelection race into a proxy war of sorts between the ex-presidents. Bush will be headlining the event in Dallas in October for the Wyoming congresswoman’s reelection campaign. (Chip Somodevilla/Pool via AP, File)

WASHINGTON (AP) — Rep. Liz Cheney says she was wrong to oppose gay marriage in the past, a stand that once split her family.

Cheney, R-Wyo., a fierce critic of fellow Republican Donald Trump, also tells CBS News’ “60 Minutes” that she views her reelection campaign as the most important House race in the nation as forces aligned with the former president try to unseat her. She voted to impeach Trump over his role in the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.

In the interview aired Sunday night, Cheney said she had little affection for President Joe Biden, who she believes has embraced harmful polices for the economy and national security with the Afghanistan withdrawal. “But the alternative cannot be a man who doesn’t believe in the rule of law, and who violated his oath of office,” Cheney said.

The daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney was an ascendant Republican leader before the Jan. 6 riot, yet she is increasingly defined by her public opposition to Trump and his hold on the GOP. Cheney, 55, noted that she still talks with her father every night and that they share the same views on rejecting Trump.

Liz Cheney famously broke with her family in 2013 by opposing gay marriage ahead of a failed Senate bid. Her objections caused a rift with her sister, Mary, a married lesbian. Mary’s spouse, Heather Poe, posted on Facebook that year that Cheney’s position was offensive and that “I always thought freedom meant freedom for EVERYONE.”

In the interview, Cheney said her opposition to gay marriage was misguided and she channeled her sister-in-law’s Facebook post in explaining why she changed her position.

“I was wrong. I was wrong,” she said. “It’s a very personal issue — and very personal for my family. I believe that my dad was right. And my sister and I have had that conversation … Freedom means freedom for everybody.”

While still opposed to gun control, abortion and the Affordable Care Act, or “Obamacare,” the Wyoming congresswoman finds herself on the outs for voting to impeach Trump after his Jan. 6 rally preceded a mob storming the Capitol in hopes of overturning his reelection loss to Biden. Trump continues to falsely claim election fraud in spite of results being certified by states and Republican election officials and courts rejecting dozens of legal challenges.

After voting to impeach Trump, Cheney lost her leadership post as chair of the House Republican Conference. Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi put her on a nine-person committee to investigate the Jan. 6 assault and she serves as vice chair.

Trump has vowed to defeat Cheney in next year’s primary election by backing Republican Harriet Hageman, an attorney. Cheney, seeking a fourth term, said nothing less than the authority of the Constitution is at stake.

“I think it’s going to be the most important House race in the country in 2022. And — and it will be one where people do have the opportunity to say, ‘We want to stand for the Constitution,’” Cheney said. “A vote against me in this race, a vote for whomever Donald Trump has endorsed, is a vote for somebody who’s willing to perpetuate the big lie, somebody who’s willing to put allegiance to Trump above allegiance to the Constitution, absolutely.”

The Wyoming congresswoman criticized House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy of California for sticking with Trump after the assault on the Capitol.

“What he’s done is embrace Donald Trump,” she said. “And if I were doing what he’s doing, I would be deeply ashamed of myself. I don’t know how you explain that to your children. When you are in a situation where you have somebody who did what Donald Trump did, it is absolutely clear he cannot continue to be somebody you embrace.”

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New mask mandate goes into effect today in St. Louis County

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ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. – A new mask mandate is set to go into effect Monday in St. Louis County according to St. Louis County Executive Dr. Sam Page’s office.

Page’s chief spokesperson Doug Moore said Page will speak about the new order Monday morning, and Dr. Faisal Kahn, the acting director of the St. Louis County Health Department, will sign the order. Moore said the order will take effect immediately Moore said the guidelines of the new mask mandate will be the same as the ones for the mask mandate Page announced in July.

Those include anyone 5 years or older in St. Louis County must wear a mask in indoor public spaces and on public transportation regardless of their vaccination status. Moore said Page is expected to say at Monday’s news conference that masks work in helping to keep COVID cases from escalating and that the new mask requirement will keep children safe who aren’t yet eligible to be vaccinated against COVID.

Moore provided us a letter to Dr. Khan from the head of the County Council Rita Heard Days. In the letter, Days said she will not oppose the new mandate and that state law does not restrict the executive branch from enacting one.

Moore said a new mask mandate is being put in place in order to be consistent with a judge’s recent decision that the county could not enforce the old order from July because it expired.

Separately, Page is also expected to announce the County Health Department will start offering Pfizer booster shots Monday to those who qualify. The booster shots will be available at the county’s three public health clinics in Berkeley, Pine Lawn, and Sunset Hills. Those seeking a booster shot are asked to bring their vaccine card or a copy of the card.

FoX 2 will carry live coverage of the news conference set for 8:30 a.m. Monday on-air and online.

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Record heat possible Monday with highs in lower-90s

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ST. LOUIS – A warm morning will turn into a breezy, hot, and dry afternoon Monday. Temperatures will soar into the lower-90s with winds gusting from the southwest up to 30 mph at times. There is an elevated risk of wildfires Monday. Monday night will be mostly clear and mild with low temperatures near 70. 

Well above normal temperatures continue Tuesday and Wednesday with highs once again near 90. 

A series of slow-moving weather systems will affect the St. Louis area toward the end of the week bringing a chance for thunderstorms Thursday through Saturday along with somewhat cooler temperatures. 

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Crash on US 9W in Catskill, all lanes closed

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Crash on US 9W in Catskill, all lanes closed

CATSKILL, N.Y. (NEWS10) – There was a crash on US 9W going northbound between Browns Crossing Road and Leeds Athens Road near CR 74.

All lanes are closed.

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Rolling Stones pay tribute to Charlie Watts as they open American tour

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Mick Jagger, from left, Steve Jordan and Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones perform during the “No Filter” tour at The Dome at America’s Center, Sunday, Sept. 26, 2021, in St. Louis. (Photo by Amy Harris/Invision/AP)

ST. LOUIS (AP) — The Rolling Stones are touring again, this time without their heartbeat, or at least their backbeat.

The legendary rockers launched their pandemic-delayed “No Filter” tour Sunday at the Dome at America’s Center in St. Louis without their drummer of nearly six decades. It was clear from the outset just how much the band members — and the fans — missed Charlie Watts, who died last month at age 80. Except for a private show in Massachusetts last week, the St. Louis concert was their first since Watts’ death.

The show opened with an empty stage and only a drumbeat, with photos of Watts flashing on the video board. After the second song, a rousing rendition of “It’s Only Rock ‘N’ Roll (But I Like It),” Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood came to the front of the stage. Jagger and Richards clasped hands as they thanked fans for the outpouring of support and love for Watts. Jagger acknowledged it was emotional seeing the photos of Watts.

“This is our first-ever tour we’ve ever done without him,” Jagger said. “We’ll miss Charlie so much, on and off the stage.”

The band then dedicated “Tumbling Dice” to Watts.

The tour had been scheduled for 2020 before the coronavirus virtually shut down the touring industry. Signs of the pandemic were everywhere at the show in Missouri, a state hit hard by the virus’s delta variant.

The tens of thousands of fans wore masks as required by St. Louis’ anti-virus protocol. The Stones themselves appeared in a public service announcement urging anyone with symptoms to stay home. A vaccination site was set up at the dome, with plans for similar sites at each tour stop.

The concert itself featured the same driving beat personified by Watts, thanks to his replacement, Steve Jordan. The drummer may be new to fans but he’s hardly new to the Stones — Jordan has performed for years with Richards’ side project, X-Pensive Winos, along with many other leading acts.

Still, die-hard fans couldn’t help but miss Watts, widely considered one of rock’s greatest drummers, even though his real love was jazz. He joined Jagger and Richards in the Rolling Stones in 1963. Wood joined in 1975.

For Laura Jezewski, 62, of Omaha, Nebraska, seeing the Stones without Watts was bittersweet.

“It’s really sad,” she said. “He’s the first of the old Stones to pass away.”

The show featured the band’s long litany of hits. Jagger hardly looked like a 78-year-old man, strutting around the stage like a man half — or one-third of his age; a constant whirl of motion. His vocals, and the guitar work of Wood and Richards, sounded as good as ever.

After St. Louis, the tour will include stops in Charlotte, North Carolina; Pittsburgh; Nashville, Tennessee; Minneapolis, Minnesota; Tampa, Florida; Dallas; Atlanta; Detroit; and ending in Austin, Texas, on Nov. 20. The band also added new dates in Los Angeles on Oct. 14 and Oct. 17, and a concert in Las Vegas on Nov. 6.

Jezewski and her 60-year-old husband, Brad, brought their 30-year-old daughter, Sarah, to St. Louis for the concert. It was Sarah’s first chance to see the Rolling Stones. Her mom and dad have seen them in various places — Ames, Iowa; Boulder, Colorado; Denver; even Wichita, Kansas — dating back to the 1970s.

With the surviving band members well into their 70s, the Jezewskis didn’t want to miss this chance.

“If it is their last time — we’re here,” Brad Jezewski said. “And if there’s another tour, we’ll be there, too.”

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98.3 TRY Social Dilemma: Is It Too Early To Put Up Halloween Decorations?

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98.3 TRY Social Dilemma: Is It Too Early To Put Up Halloween Decorations?

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – I thought today’s social dilemma was interesting because people always talk about Christmas decorations going up too early, but what about Halloween.

Hey Jaime My name is Ava and I’ve been arguing with my daughter all week about putting up Halloween decorations inside and outside our house. She thinks we need to wait till at least the second week in October and I think we can do it now. The debate began after we went to Michaels’ crafts and started looking at decorations. We bought a bunch of stuff and I wanted to start decorating right away. She, on the other hand, put all of the decorations we bought in the basement. Someone in our neighborhood already has a few things put out in front of their house, so why can’t we? Do you think it’s too early to put up Halloween decorations? Should we wait till October 8th?

Thanks ~ Ava

I say if you like the decorations, put them up! It’s your house and if it makes you happy, do it. I feel the same way about Christmas decorations and Fourth of July decorations too.

What do you think? Is it too early to decorate for Halloween or is it okay? Let me know what you think on the TRY Facebook page.

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ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – On Monday, September 27, GasBuddy reported a weekly update on Albany gas prices. All Albany-based data is from GasBuddy’s daily survey of 546 stations in Albany.

Albany gas prices have risen 0.5 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $3.24/g Monday, September 27, according to GasBuddy’s daily survey of 546 stations in Albany. Gas prices in Albany are 7.2 cents per gallon higher than a month ago and stand 96.2 cents per gallon higher than a year ago.

According to GasBuddy price reports, the cheapest station in Albany is priced at $2.96/g Monday, September 27 while the most expensive is $3.37/g, a difference of 41.0 cents per gallon. The lowest price in the state today is $2.99/g while the highest is $3.69/g, a difference of 70.0 cents per gallon.

The national average price of gasoline has fallen 0.7 cents per gallon in the last week, averaging $3.17/g today. The national average is up 3.8 cents per gallon from a month ago and stands $1.00/g higher than a year ago.

Historical gas prices in Albany and the national average going back 10 years:

  • September 27, 2020: $2.27/g (U.S. Average: $2.17/g)
  • September 27, 2019: $2.66/g (U.S. Average: $2.64/g)
  • September 27, 2018: $2.85/g (U.S. Average: $2.87/g)
  • September 27, 2017: $2.67/g (U.S. Average: $2.56/g)
  • September 27, 2016: $2.20/g (U.S. Average: $2.20/g)
  • September 27, 2015: $2.32/g (U.S. Average: $2.29/g)
  • September 27, 2014: $3.51/g (U.S. Average: $3.34/g)
  • September 27, 2013: $3.64/g (U.S. Average: $3.41/g)
  • September 27, 2012: $4.01/g (U.S. Average: $3.79/g)
  • September 27, 2011: $3.65/g (U.S. Average: $3.47/g)

“Average gas prices saw little change from a week ago, declining slightly. But overall, prices remained near 2021’s peak price set in early August due to Covid-19 supply and demand imbalances,” said Patrick De Haan, head of petroleum analysis for GasBuddy. “Relief in average gas prices has really only shown up west of the Rockies thus far, and may continue to be delayed by an active hurricane season which has prevented gas prices from their normal seasonal decline. While I am optimistic that we eventually will see a decline in price, the drop is not likely to be as noticeable as I had anticipated due to the above average hurricane season and as demand remains seasonally strong.”

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