New Yorkers spend more on goods, less on gas

By Mark Lungariello

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The U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis estimates New Yorkers spend less on gasoline than nearly any other state, but more on other items, including health care.

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Mark Lungariello
Mark Lungariello is a former contributing editor to the Westchester and Fairfield business journals. He also wrote features for WAG magazine. Lungariello graduated from Columbia Journalism School and has won New York Press Association awards as an editor, columnist and reporter.