$3-Plus Gas, Foreign Dependency Drive Us to New Policy

June 2007
Hill;6/15/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 72, p16
The article focuses on the views of Republican Senator Larry Craig regarding the $3-plus gas and the greater dependency of the U.S. government on foreign countries for supply of gas. According to him, a combination of the $3-plus gas and the dependency of the nation on other countries for oil supply have led to the creation of a national energy policy.


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