Drivers may be pleasantly surprised by the recent fall in gas prices. These days a gallon is well under $3 in the U.S.-the lowest since 2009. But OPEC leaders won't stop production any time soon, and small American oil producers and oil-based state economies could take a hit. We'll discuss what low prices mean for the economy this hour.
Chris Mooney, environment reporter at Washington Post
Tom Stewart, executive vice president of the Ohio Oil and Gas Association