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[...] drilling permits for exploratory and production deep-water drilling in the Gulf have been suspended for at least six months while a bi-partisan Presidential Commission investigates the causes of the BP NRPA will examine and analyze the continuing impacts of the spill not just on the parks, recreation areas, and protected public lands of the Gulf coast states, but also the larger scale impacts on national energy policy and especially the implications for LWCF1 the principal funding source for land conservation and outdoor recreation in America.
Trouble in the Gulf Richard J Dolesh Parks & Recreation; Jul 2010; 45, 7; Docstoc pg. 11 Reproduced with permission of the copyright owner. Fu
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