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Resort -- lawmaker after another chastised the administration to both EPA and the Interior Department which handles oil and gas leases.
Or injecting uncertainty -- energy development and slowing job growth.
And -- Burkle is a Republican of New York.
On certainty when these business -- don't know what regulation -- what -- is coming down the pike.
The problems they hunkered down and they won't take a -- She and Republican rival Labrador of Idaho says businessmen of all political persuasions say EPA regulations are discouraging job creation.
It doesn't matter of where who I talked to an -- whether it's Republican.
They have a problem with the oversell this regulation of the EP.
All oil -- gasoline prices started to rise in the administration's reluctance to -- became an issue officials boasted about production.
And EPA administrator Lisa Jackson repeated that today.
Last year American oil production reached its highest level since 2003.
But analysts noted take years from -- production and committee chairman Darrell -- -- Argued the Obama administration is trying to take credit.
Releases issued during the bush years.
Takes about five years at best case to get -- up from eight beginning -- the process to.
-- production so isn't all the credit for of this new -- In the previous administration Republican Connie Mack took game -- the administration's accusation that oil companies are sitting on leases instead of developing them basically.
-- what you said.
Everything is so rosy.
And -- and it's really the oil companies fall.
They have the potential to drill there just not doing absolutely no one believes that.
Democrat a larger -- -- speculation for price increases and argue that producing more oil wouldn't matter much.
That's all speculation.
Could be inflating prices by 30%.
But increasing domestic and what impact prices by only one -- And then only after a decade of war EPA administrator made clear the administration does -- natural gas and burning natural gas it's less air pollution than burning other fossil fuels it's inexpensive less polluting and the US says basketball -- but some environmental groups opposed to production technique known as -- -- Which you to water and chemicals under rocked a -- gas.
Jackson was asked about that.
Is there any evidence that hydraulic fracturing however can act act -- -- and water supply.
And there is evidence that it can certainly affect them.
I am not aware of any proven case where -- tracking process itself has affected water although their investigations ongoing.
Not exactly a clean bill of health for tracking but a far cry from what the critics -- In Washington Jim Angle Fox News.
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