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Senate Republicans Shape Energy Agenda with Eye on Winning Majority

The Hill

Senate Republicans rolled out a series of big energy measures this week but declined to say whether they would try and move their agenda through in a catchall bill if they regain the Senate majority.

Senior GOP lawmakers unveiled plans Wednesday and Thursday that together greatly would expand oil-and-gas leasing onshore and offshore, speed up drilling permits, approve the Keystone pipeline, delay certain air pollution rules and limit mining regulations, among other provisions.

The plans serve as a political marker for Republicans heading into the elections and a platform for attacking President Obama's energy policies.

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