By Tom Doggett WASHINGTON, Feb 23 (Reuters) - The price U.S. consumers pay for gasoline shot up 4 cents over the last week to an average $1.688 a gallon, with the pumps in California's biggest cities topping $2 for the first time since last September, the government said on Monday. The national average cost for regular unleaded gasoline is up 3 cents from a year ago and at the highest level in five months, according to a weekly survey of gasoline stations by the Energy Information ...
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