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VIDEO: Chairman Hastings' Opening Statement at Full Committee Hearing
"State Lands vs. Federal Lands Oil and Gas Production: What State Regulators are doing right”
Posted by Mallory Micetich on April 17, 2013
Today the House Natural Resources Committee held a Full Committee oversight hearing to examine the difference in energy production and permitting on federal lands versus state and private lands. While energy production on state and federal lands is flourishing, regulatory red tape and bureaucratic hurdles imposed by the Obama Administration are hindering energy production on federal lands.

Watch Natural Resources Committee Chairman Doc Hastings opening statement at today’s hearing:

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