President’s Jobs Council calls for ‘all-in’ energy strategy

The US should adopt an “all-in” energy strategy to meet its energy needs, according to President Barack Obama’s Jobs Council in a Jan. 17 report entitled, “Road Map to Renewal.” The report recommended “expanding and expediting” US production of fossil fuels, including more access to oil, gas, and coal resources on federal lands, while ensuring their safe and responsible development. The council also urged the federal government to make more areas available for renewable energy development, and to streamline the permitting process for such projects. “As a nation, we need to take advantage of all our natural resources in order to spur economic growth, create new jobs, and reduce the country...

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