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Shutdown? What Shutdown? Trump's 'Energy Dominance' Agenda Motors On


An estimated 800,000 federal workers are still without paychecks. Despite this, the Trump administration has still found a way to plow ahead with its “energy dominance” agenda. With a skeleton staff, the Interior Department continues working to expand oil and gas development in the Alaskan Arctic. According to the Huffington Post, agency’s Bureau of Land Management is processing fossil fuel drilling applications and permits.

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