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Big Oil’s Nearly $10 Million Investment Pays off in Subcommittee Vote
Members of Subcommittee that Voted to Lift Crude Oil Export Have Received At Least $9,657,913 in Campaign Contributions From the Oil and Gas Industry Over the Course of Their Careers
Rhetoric Meets Reality: Senators Have Chance to Pair past Positions with Action
Today, Allied Progress expanded its campaign opposing the repeal or weakening of the crude oil export ban to include lawmakers in five additional states: Colorado, Maine, Montana, New Hampshire, and New Mexico.
Fact Sheet: We Can’t Afford to Repeal the Crude Oil Export Ban
Higher Gas Prices. American Jobs Sent Overseas. Chance for U.S. Energy Independence Squandered.