Watching Government: Litmus test

Environmentalists are livid about a US House of Represenatives energy bill that would open the coastal plain of Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to drilling."Drilling in the arctic refuge is the most flagrant example of the Republican leadership and the Bush administration's attempts to reward the oil industry for its support," said Jim Waltman, director of refuges and wildlife for the Wilderness Society.Throughout the spirited debate over the issue, ANWR drilling opponents in the House warned colleagues that a vote for ANWR development would be remembered by their constituents in the next election cycle."This will be the most important environmental vote you make this Con...

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