Dems float bid to lock up ANWR’s coastal plain
Markey, a Massachusetts Democrat, proposes ban on oil drilling in 1002 Area; Ted Stevens offers plan to raise CAFÉ standards to 40 miles per gallon by 2017 to reduce greenhouse gases
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Rep. Edward Markey, D-Mass., one of the most strident voices against oil drilling on the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, is now pushing legislation to convert the 1.2 million-acre strip of barren tundra into permanent wilderness.
Markey, who introduced H.R. 39 with Rep. Jim Ram....
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Greens to fight for legislation
Markey bill will face opposition
Stevens gets jump with fuel economy bill
Less pollution another goal
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