Trump Accused Of Moving Too Fast With Plans To Drill For Oil In Alaska
The Trump administration is holding public hearings on its push to drill oil in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Critics say the process is being rushed to downplay environmental risks.
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