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House Proceeding on Jun 5th, 2008 :: 0:00:06 to 0:01:10
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Cliff Stearns

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Cliff Stearns: trictions on domestic sources of oil. the u.s. remains the only oil producing nation that has placed a substantial amount of its energy potential off limits. this includes just .001% of alaska's

Cliff Stearns

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Speech By: Cliff Stearns

Cliff Stearns

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Cliff Stearns: wildlife refuge. this small portion of anwr is believed to contain 10 billion barrels of oil or more. an amount equivalent to 15 years of imports from saudi arabia, or 30 years of imports from

Cliff Stearns

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Cliff Stearns: hugo chavez. congressional research service estimates that at $1.25 per barrel, anwr would deliver $192 billion in corporate income tax and royalty revenue to the federal government. even

Cliff Stearns

0:00:44 to 0:00:59( Edit History Discussion )

Cliff Stearns: more oil is located in other restricted areas throughout the united states. and still more, mr. speaker, in the 85% of america's outer continental shelf that is currently off limits. we need

Cliff Stearns

0:00:59 to 0:01:10( Edit History Discussion )

Cliff Stearns: to favor more exploration. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentleman from california rise? mr. farr cloverpb to address the house for one minute. .

Sam Farr

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Sam Farr: mr. speaker, i rise to welcome all those from all over the united states who are herewh this week celebrating national ocean's week. they are here to celebrate a week that frankly we have no ocean

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