Drilling blocked in Arctic Refuge

Byrnes, P.
December 1991
Wilderness (07366477);Winter91, Vol. 55 Issue 195, p4
Reports that the efforts of the Wilderness Society and other groups helped turn back a congressional effort to allow development and drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. The defeated legislation contained several controversial provisions.


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