What US State Has the Longest Coastline?

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Alaska has the longest coast line in the United States. It is 6,640 miles long. Florida has a coastline of 1,350 and California only has 840 miles of coastlines. Massachusetts has the shortest coastline of only 192 miles. You can find more information here: http://www.infoplease.com/toptens/longestcoastlines.html
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Florida does.
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Maine. The coastline of Maine is so jagged and tortuous that is the longest on the east coast. I've been there. You can get lost walking 10 feet down the rocky coast. Source(s): From
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Florida is the longest border on the Atlantic Ocean.
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The answer is Oregon
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