Amy Harder

Wall Street Journal

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Amy Harder reports on energy policy for the Wall Street Journal.

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President Trump thumbed his nose at environmentalists and the Obama Administration today with  executive actions  to go ahead with controversial pipelines bringing oil across the…

Trump signs orders on Keystone XL and Dakota Access Pipelines

President Trump thumbed his nose at environmentalists and the Obama Administration today with executive actions to go ahead with controversial pipelines bringing oil across the…

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