Romney energy plan would expand states’ say in production
With rising gasoline prices again drawing voter attention to U.S. energy policy, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee highlighted his energy proposals on Thursday in Hobbs, N.M., including his strategy for obtaining North American energy independence by 2020, in which the U.S., Canada and Mexico would produce all their own oil.
“It is achievable,” Romney told supporters at Watson Truck and Supply. “This is not some pie-in-the-sky kind of thing.”
He also said his energy plan would create 3 million jobs.
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