But let’s put off passing the Keystone pipeline.
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The recent spike in gas prices will make the July 4 holiday weekend the most expensive for drivers since 2008.
According to USA Today, prices will average $3.68 a gallon for regular-grade gas, up 17 cents from last year. That is still below the record price of $4.11 at the pump just after July 4, 2008.
The continuing fears over the political unrest in Iraq have seen crude oil prices rising, causing an unseasonably early summer run-up on retail gas prices, the paper reports.