WASHINGTON, June 30 (Reuters) - The average retail price for U.S. gasoline hit a new record of $4.10 a gallon, rising 1.6 cents over the last week, the government said on Monday. The national price for regular, self-service gasoline is up $1.14 from a year ago, reflecting rising crude oil costs that reached a record $143.67 a barrel on Monday, the federal Energy Information Administration said in its weekly survey of service stations. (Reporting by Tom Doggett)
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