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Southern California Gas Station Charges $3 per Gallon

May 18, 2004

Many Southland drivers are unhappy about paying more than $2 a gallon for gas, according to KNBC TV. But some drivers are now paying more than $3 a gallon. A Union 76 gas station in Santa Barbara is charging more than $3 a gallon for premium unleaded gas. One consumer group is blaming the oil companies for the high prices.
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