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California Gas Station Already Charging More Than $3 a Gallon

March 22, 2005

MALIBU, CA — Are Californians ready to pay $3 a gallon for gas? Some already are. The Union76 station on Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu is doing brisk business despite self-serve pumps selling regular unleaded at $3.05 a gallon and supreme unleaded at $3.15, according to KTLA News. Full-serve pumps in Malibu are selling fuel at $3.33 cents for regular and $3.38 cents for supreme.
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