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IN BRIEF

Rising Gas Prices Shift Energy Debate

MAY 04, 2011

“Another bill would expand drilling by establishing the first national production goal as part of Interior’s five-year offshore leasing plan; it would include lease sales in the areas containing the greatest-known oil and gas reserves.” (Washington Post)

A five-year plan, with a national production goal, on government-owned land, with liabilities limited for huge corporations?  Our energy problems are over.

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A Free-Market Energy Vision” by Robert L. Bradley, Jr.

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