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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Senate Committee On Energy And Natural Resources
A study to determine whether two Civil War battlefields in Newtonia should become part of the national park system was completed more than a year ago, but its findings have still not been made public.
President Obama's pick to head the Energy Department offered something for everyone during Senate confirmation hearings.
President Obama's pick to lead the Interior Department had kind words for coal Thursday but dodged the politically sticky issue of whether she backs a carbon tax — a measure that critics fear would drive the domestic coal industry into the ground.
The former Treasury Department official who oversaw a review of the Obama administration's energy loan program on Tuesday defended the decision not to review bankrupt Solyndra LLC as part of his audit.