Energy woes

06/04/2001
We acknowledge that conservation can and should play an important role in our nation's energy plan. But our nation's energy production is operating near maximums. We must recognize that expanding our nation's domestic energy must be addressed through increased access to sources of both domestic and worldwide petroleum.We must pursue a wide array of energy initiatives intended to decrease America's energy dependence on foreign sources, ease the impact of heightened energy prices on low-income consumers, stabilize the energy supply cycle, and promote energy conservation.Opening up ANWR would help Americans in a time when our nation is nearing an oil and gas crisis. A positiv...
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