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Lifting Ban On U.S. Crude Oil Export Would Enable Massive Fracking Expansion

Lifting Ban On U.S. Crude Oil Export Would Enable Massive Fracking Expansion
In a recent Washington Post editorial supporting oil industry efforts to lift the existing ban on exporting crude oil produced in America, the editors stated:“The most serious objection to lifting the ban comes from environmentalists who worry that it would lower fossil fuel prices and lead to more oil consumption.”
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ALEC, Exxon-Written Fracking Bill Keeps Chemicals Proprietary, Hidden From Florida Public

ALEC, Exxon-Written Fracking Bill Keeps Chemicals Proprietary, Hidden From Florida Public
A House bill passing through Florida's legislature allows oil companies to refuse to disclose which chemicals are being injected into the ground during the fracking process if those companies deem the chemicals 'proprietary.' The industry-friendly bill was put together from none other than our tea party friends at ALEC, and the environmentally-conscious ExxonMobil.
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Obama Admin. Approves ALEC Model Bill for Fracking Chemical Fluid Disclosure on Public Lands

Obama Admin. Approves ALEC Model Bill for Fracking Chemical Fluid Disclosure on Public Lands
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management's new rules are a mirror image of the ALEC/ExxonMobil "model bill" for fracking chemical disclosure.
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