"Inflation cracked the 10% threshold in two more cities last month: Tampa, Florida, and Riverside, California.
Metropolitan areas including Tampa in the Sun Belt have seen the highest price increases in recent months, fueled in part by soaring housing prices. But the March data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics show how broad-based and entrenched inflation has become across the U.S.
Double-digit inflation in Riverside was driven in part by a surge in electricity and natural gas costs that has hit Californians particularly hard. The city has also seen rents surging above the national average."
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