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U.S. moves closer to opening Arctic refuge for oil leasing

CBC.ca Thursday, 20 December 2018
U.S. moves closer to opening Arctic refuge for oil leasingIn a statement, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke called the step toward opening Alaska's North Slope for oil and gas development a move toward an 'energy-dominant America.'
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