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EPA Turns Wyoming Town Over to Indian Tribe

Have you heard the story of the residents of Riverton, Wyo.? One day they were Wyomingans, the next they were members of the Wind River tribes — after the Environmental Protection Agency declared the town part of the Wind River Indian … Continue reading

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How to Increase Oil Reserves By 30 Percent

A report from the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) estimates that lifting the ban on federal oil drilling in certain areas could increase U.S. petroleum reserves by 30 percent, including an estimated 8 billion barrels of oil in the Alaska National … Continue reading

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Interior Deparment Opens Gulf of Mexico Offshore Drilling Bids

 The Interior Department’s lease sales this week in the Central Gulf of Mexico received the highest bids to explore for oil and gas there in at least three decades. This result seemed to surprise Secretary of Interior Salazar. But it … Continue reading

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