Washingtonians pay more for gas than most of the country. But why?

Washingtonians pay more for gas than most of the country. But why?

Washingtonians for years have paid a premium at the pump. Despite the presence of five oil refineries in the Puget Sound region, the state has had some of the highest gasoline prices in the nation. And through much of the past decade, the disparity has grown, according to a Seattle Times analysis of retail pump …

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