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Oil and Natural Gas Industry Helps Drive the U.S. Economy

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Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted October 4, 2010

The numbers are staggering. The impact the oil and natural gas industry has on the U.S. economy is massive. It supports: 

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Individuals Speak Out at Virtual Rally

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Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted September 29, 2010

Thus far, nearly 170,000 Americans have participated in the Virtual Rally for Jobs. In fact, the online rally has been such a success that it's been extended through the rest of this week (until Friday, October 1). 

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New Study: Moratorium Could Cost Nearly 20,000 Gulf Jobs

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Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted September 22, 2010

There have been numerous reports published over the last few months about the impact of the administration's de facto drilling moratorium on jobs and the economy in the Gulf region. The latest report released yesterday is authored by LSU professor Dr. Joseph Mason who finds that the Gulf region will lose more than 19,500 jobs, $5 billion in economic activity and nearly $240 million in state and local tax revenues during the six-month moratorium.

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Fighting for Jobs and the American Dream

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Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted September 21, 2010

The front page of The Washington Post today bears the headline, "Recession is officially over, but anxiety lingers." The headline is based on an announcement by the National Bureau of Economic Research which yesterday proclaimed that the recession, which began in December 2007, met its technical end in June 2009. 

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