NO RELIEF: California's Insane Gas Prices Just Hit A New All-Time High

gas stationMotorists in California paid an average of $4.232 per gallon Wednesday.

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California drivers awoke this morning to absolutely no relief at the pump as the state’s average price of gas hit $4.668, up from $4.655 yesterday. This is according to AAA Fuel Gauge Report, which was updated at 3:03 AM.This is a new all-time high.

There’s still been no official ruling on Gov. Jerry Brown’s petition to waive the state’s onerous fuel blend requirement.

Meanwhile, desperate drivers have begun stealing hundreds of gallons of gas from gas stations.

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