Nation in dark about energy plan
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MAY 16, 2001

Although the general aspects of the plan are known, the nation has been generally kept in the dark about President Bush's national energy policy that he will release tomorrow.

Members of Congress and some environmental groups have attempted to solicit from the White House how the plan was developed, with whom the administration has consulted, and other aspects. Their requests have all been denied.

Get the Story:
Bush Task Force on Energy Worked in Mysterious Ways (The New York Times 5/16)

Relevant Links:
Gwich'in Steering Committee -
Oil Issues in ANWR, US Fish and Wildlife -
The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, US Fish and Wildlife Service -
The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Pro-Development site -

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