LOS ANGELES (AP) - Gov. Jerry Brown is taking action in an effort to drive down the cost of gasoline as California drivers cope with record-breaking prices at the pump. For the second straight day yesterday, the average California price for a gallon of regular rose to an all-time high. Brown ordered state smog regulators to allow winter-blend gasoline to be sold in California earlier than usual to bring down prices. In some locations, fuming motorists paid $5 or more per gallon while station owners had to shut down pumps in others.