NFIB Supports Freeze on Additions to Strategic Reserve

Danner, Donald A.
May 2008
Business Journal (Central New York);5/23/2008, Vol. 22 Issue 21, p20
The article discusses the rejection of the Senate of an amendment for the expansion of the Arctic National Wildlife Preserve in the U.S. It states that Congress votes to require a temporary suspension on oil shipments to the Strategic Petroleum Reserve but needs to seek ways to increase supply. It mentions a research conducted by the National Federation of Independent Business which showed that they favor exploring domestic energy supplies and support Congress' stand on freezing additions.


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