March 22, 2012

Obama Team's All-of-the-Above Energy Policy

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Over the next two days President Obama will travel to Nevada, New Mexico,
Oklahoma and Ohio to highlight his Administration’s all-of-the-above energy strategy,
including his focus on continuing to expand responsible oil and gas development,
increasing the fuel economy of the vehicles we drive which will save families money at
the pump, supporting renewable energy sources, and investing in infrastructure and
research and development, all of which play a central role in increasing our nation’s
energy security. . .

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