Claire Douglass

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Five years after the Gulf oil spill, the Obama Administration has opened up thousands of offshore acres from Virginia to Georgia for oil and gas drilling.

In the Atlantic Ocean, Is It Both Oil and Wind?

Five years after the Gulf oil spill, the Obama Administration has opened up thousands of offshore acres from Virginia to Georgia for oil and gas drilling.

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