Who Wins, Who Loses if the U.S. Starts Exporting Oil?By
It’s been simmering for more than a year, but the debate over whether to lift a nearly 40-year ban on U.S. crude oil exports kicked into high gear this week with Republican lawmakers, big business leaders, and of course oil lobbyists all calling it an outdated policy that needs to end.
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