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Gas prices go up, yet Administration continues delaying American energy production
Posted by Committee Staff on March 17, 2010
While the Administration implements an “Obama Moratorium” on new offshore drilling until 2012, Americans across the country are already bracing for higher prices at the pump – and it’s not even summer driving season yet.

How much higher will gas prices have to go before the Administration stops delaying progress on an all-of-the-above American energy plan that includes new offshore drilling?

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