Politics of oil and steel

Did someone in Washington, DC, forget something?Isn't a report due on the latest study of the US security effects of rising imports of oil?There would have been a ruckus worth staying up late to watch last week if findings of the Department of Commerce's import study had found their way out of hiding at the White House. Somewhere, the report surely catalogs hypothetical remedies. And if that part had emerged in public, poor Energy Sec. Bill Richardson, meeting last Wednesday with Bostonians angry about rising prices of heating oil, might have had to deal with a question like this: "Mr. Secretary, would you comment on reports that a tariff on oil is under consideration by the Clint...

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