State Gas Prices Nearly Highest in Na...

State Gas Prices Nearly Highest in Nation

There are 1 comment on the The Daily Westport story from Jul 29, 2011, titled State Gas Prices Nearly Highest in Nation. In it, The Daily Westport reports that:

To the dismay of drivers such as Sandra Miquez, gas prices in Connecticut are now nearly the highest in the country, according to the fuel gauge report from the Automobile Association of America.

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Woodbury, CT

#1 Jul 29, 2011
It seems we pay more for everything in this state? There was a time when it was justified due to the great job market. Those days are long gone.

Why is the state debt and collection of taxes, more important then the needs of the struggling citizens?

Why is there no ethanol stations in Connecticut?

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