Energy plan has Cheney signature
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MAY 17, 2001

From calling for more power plants to drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, every one of the 105 recommendations in the forthcoming national energy policy has Vice President Dick Cheney's approval.

The publicity-shy Cheney has been heading up the task force since its inception and has largely kept the proceedings private. He, however, has discounted the idea that groups which gave money to the Republican party were given special consideration in developing the plan.

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Cheney's Role Offers Strengths And Liabilities (The Washington Post 5/17)

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The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, US Fish and Wildlife Service -
The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Pro-Development site -

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