As BP promises progress on the oil spill , the political maneuvering set off by the catastrophe continues to flow through to campaigns around the nation. In states directly affected by the spill, many incumbent politicians have seized on the opportunity created by this crisis. "They've used it to
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Ruling blocks deep-water oil drilling ban that took effect after Gulf disaster.
With an environmental catastrophe developing as a result of a massive oil spill off the Gulf Coast, the White House today announced that no new offshore drilling will take place until there's an "adequate review" of what caused the explosion and subsequent leak from the BP tanker. That's a policy
Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Threatens to Jeopardize President Obama's Offshore Drilling Policy
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John McCain was up promoting his energy policy today staging his speech from an oil rig. In the Gulf of Mexico and Ron Claiborne reports from off the coast of Louisiana. Senator McCain blew through this oil and big oil back. Of the Genesis and Chevron corporation about a 150 miles off the coast of
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Maybe the Straight Talk Express needed to break down to get ready for this highway. We can debate who played which card to what end, but Team McCain has placed its hand on the table -- a big gamble that puts his political nest egg on the line. Yet this debate makes Sen. Barack Obama put some chips