Russ Britt

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LA Bureau Chief for Marketwatch.com, published by Dow Jones 

 

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Since the 1969 oil spill, Santa Barbara has not been the place where political candidates talk about increased drilling offshore.

Presidential Race Makes a Stop in California

Since the 1969 oil spill, Santa Barbara has not been the place where political candidates talk about increased drilling offshore.

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