Alaska governor makes case for ANWR drilling, Keystone XL approval

06/3/2013 | Hill, The

The Obama administration should reassess its energy development plan for the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska Gov. Sean Parnell said in the Republican weekly radio address. "If Washington, D.C., would start working with states to unlock access to federal lands, an economic boom would be felt across this nation, lifting wages, and creating hundreds of thousands of good-paying jobs and improving our national security through energy independence," Parnell said. He also called on Senate Democrats to support TransCanada's Keystone XL pipeline.

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