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California gas prices hit record for second consecutive day

Jeremy Beaman of The Washington Examiner reports that California gas prices have hit an all-time record.

The C3 Take
  • On Monday the price of gasoline in California reached $4.682 per gallon.
  • As we are seeing in California, a top-down, “everything but” approach to energy that demonizes fossil fuels hurts consumers and stalls environmental progress.
  • To meaningfully tackle climate change we should unleash American innovation and embrace an “all of the above” approach to energy.

“The state’s average price for a gallon of regular gas went up from $4.671 on Sunday, which itself broke an all-time record set in 2012, according to AAA.

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