NAFTA RULING RAISES NEW NEPA QUESTIONS

The oil and gas industry should help U.S. President Bill Clinton out of a jam. After a legal setback to the North American Free Trade Agreement (Nafta), the President had to choose between angering environmentalists and yielding a measure of presidential authority. Bruised often in the past by the same legal bludgeon, the industry can suggest another tactic.

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