US House Dems strongly criticize proposed OCS policy changes

Proposed US House legislation to extend federal offshore oil and gas revenue sharing to four Mid-Atlantic coastal states and Alaska drew strong fire from a House Natural Resources subcommittee's Democrats because it also would let the US Interior secretary schedule Outer Continental Shelf lease sales that are not part of an existing 5-year management program.

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