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Pain at the Pump: 10 States With the Highest Gas Prices
Drivers across the country are bracing for higher gas prices as the summer driving season heats up, but drivers in these states are feeling the most pain every time they fill up.

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As the price per gallon continues climb, Gasbuddy.com breaks down which states have the highest gas prices as of Monday.  

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Hawaii: $4.39

California

California: $4.35

Alaska

Alaska: $4.31

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Illinois: $4.05

10. Washington, D.C.

Washington D.C.: $4.03

Connecticut

Connecticut: $3.98

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Washington: $3.96

Port of Portland

7. New York, N.Y.

New York: $3.97

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Washington: $3.96

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Pain at the Pump: 10 States With the Highest Gas Prices

Drivers across the country are bracing for higher gas prices as the summer driving season heats up, but drivers in these states are feeling the most pain every time they fill up.

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