SIX STATES MAY ESCAPE CONTROVERSIAL TRUMP PLAN TO SPUR OFFSHORE OIL EXPLORATION, NH MAY BE ONE

LOS ANGELESWASHINGTON Reuters - Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has hinted to at least six coastal states that he will keep their waters out of a looming plan to expand U.S. offshore drilling, telling some they lack enough oil to be included anyway, according to state officials and transcripts from public hearings.Zinke's...

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