Virginia governor opposes leasing offshore state without revenue sharing

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) said he opposes oil and gas leasing off the state's coast under a new federal Outer Continental Shelf management program because it apparently would not include royalty and revenue sharing from any crude oil or natural gas produced there.

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