As you hit the road for the Fourth of July, find out where you'll be paying more for gas. Here are the 20 states with the highest gas taxes, which includes state, federal and other taxes as of April 2013, the latest numbers available from the American Petroleum Institute.
20. Georgia -- 46.9 cents per gallon
19. Minnesota -- 47 cents per gallon
18. Kentucky -- 48.3 cents per gallon
17. Oregon -- 49.4 cents per gallon
16. Maine -- 49.4 cents per gallon
15. Pennsylvania -- 50.7 cents per gallon
14. Wisconsin -- 51.3 cents per gallon
13. Rhode Island -- 51.4 cents per gallon
12. Nevada -- 51.5 cents per gallon
11. West Virginia -- 53.1 cents per gallon
10. Florida -- 53.9 cents per gallon
9. Washington -- 55.9 cents per gallon
8. North Carolina -- 56.2 cents per gallon
7. Illinois -- 57.5 cents per gallon
6. Indiana -- 58.5 cents per gallon
5. Michigan -- 59.3 cents per gallon
4. Connecticut -- 63.4 cents per gallon
3. Hawaii -- 67.1 cents per gallon
2. California -- 68.5 cents per gallon
6. New York -- What held the Big Apple back? Movoto says it was lots of fast food joints.
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Douglas MacArthur returns to the Philippines, Nixon sets off the "Saturday Night Massacre," Jackie Kennedy remarries, the Sydney Opera House opens, tragedy strikes Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Muammar Gaddafi is killed, all on this day.