COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - A survey predicts a 2 percent drop in Labor Day travel by Ohioans, compared to last year's holiday weekend.
Auto club AAA said Wednesday that the decline is anticipated because of recent uncertainty about the economy as well as rising air fares.
Gas prices are not expected to have much impact. AAA says 71 percent of people intending to travel around the holiday say the cost of gasoline won't affect their plans.
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