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Ken Salazar

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  • Obama policy on Gulf drilling is a war on energy

    President Obama and Interior Secretary Ken Salazar have worked to restrict access to offshore oil and gas resources by canceling or delaying lease sales and by creating an atmosphere of uncertainly that has left job creators looking for other countries'...
  • Honoring Harriet Tubman

    Honoring Harriet Tubman
    Harriet Tubman, Maryland's heroic conductor on the Underground Railroad and early leader for women's rights, may soon get the recognition she deserves if President Barack Obama accepts a proposal by Gov. Martin O'Malley, U.S. Sens. Ben Cardin and...
  • Oyster bars say Drakes Bay farm closure means higher prices

    Restaurants, seafood bars and even other shellfish providers are bemoaning the imminent demise of Drakes Bay Oyster Co., a Northern California business said to be responsible for nearly 40% of the state’s oyster production. With “demand...
  • Romney, Santorum trade jabs ahead of Illinois Republican primary

    Romney, Santorum trade jabs ahead of Illinois Republican primary
    Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney began a Sunday campaign blitz by criticizing President Barack Obama for administration policies that he said boosted gas prices and said he backed more drilling for domestic oil and the Keystone pipeline....
  • Romney, Santorum make final push for Illinois Republican votes

    Romney, Santorum make final push for Illinois Republican votes
    ROCKFORD -- Republican presidential candidates Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum are criss-crossing Illinois today in a final push for votes before Tuesday's presidential primary election. Romney gave a speech at the University of Chicago in which he...
  • Federal offshore wind plan: $50.5 million in research funding

     
    The yachts and gulls might need to make some room off the mid-Atlantic coast for the offshore wind turbines that the government is hoping to soon install. Federal agencies are jumping on the goal that President Obama set in his......
  • Federal agency proposes voluntary guidelines for wind power developers to avoid bird deaths

     
    The Fish and Wildlife Service is proposing voluntary guidelines for onshore wind energy developers to avoid bird deaths and other harm to wildlife as part of the Obama administration's big push for renewable and clean energy. Bird advocates who had......
  • Montana's governor encourages ranchers to kill wolves

     
    BILLINGS, Mont. — Defying federal authority over gray wolves, Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer on Wednesday encouraged ranchers to kill wolves that prey on their livestock -- even in areas where that is not currently allowed -- and said the state......
  • Trial of eco-activist who punk'd BLM begins

     
    At the end of 2008, the incoming Obama administration called attempts to sell prime parcels of Bureau of Land Management land near Utah's national parks improper and told the Bush administration to stop. But the person who did the most......
  • Shell is on track to start new deepwater drilling in Gulf of Mexico

     
    Interior Secretary Ken Salazar on Monday announced a step toward approval of the first new deepwater oil and gas exploratory drilling plan in the Gulf of Mexico since the April 2010 Deepwater Horizon...
  • A major expansion of coal mining planned in Wyoming's Powder River Basin

     
    Vast coal reserves in Wyoming will be auctioned over the next five months, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar announced Tuesday, despite the Obama administration's push to transition the nation's energy supply to cleaner, renewable sources. The U.S. relies on...