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For more information about ANWR, check out the U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet FS-0040-98: Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, 1002 Area, Petroleum Assessment, 1998
- Charli Coons Heritage Foundation
- Philip K. Verleger nonresident senior fellow at the Institute for International Economics
- Peter Van Doren editor of Regulation magazine and senior fellow at the CATO Institute
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