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In win for oil, natural-gas industry, court reverses rule protecting polar bear habitat

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Dec. 26, 2012: Lyutyik, one of two polar bears at the Alaska Zoo in Anchorage, Alaska, rolls in snow and yawns in his enclosure. A U.S. court in Alaska has overturned a federal rule aimed at protecting polar bear habitat in the Arctic, handing a victory to the oil and natural-gas industry.


Our heating oil costs as much as diesel fuel for our vehicles - around $4.50 a gallon. The EPA is all over us about the air quality because we heat with wood and this natural gas will reduce our cost of living tremendously.

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