The House of Representatives voted Friday to lift the ban on U.S. exports of crude oil. The proposal still must be approved by the Senate. President Obama has vowed to veto it.
The House of Representatives voted Friday to lift the ban on U.S. exports of crude oil. The proposal still must be approved by the Senate. President Obama has vowed to veto it. Gene J. Puskar AP
The House of Representatives voted Friday to lift the ban on U.S. exports of crude oil. The proposal still must be approved by the Senate. President Obama has vowed to veto it. Gene J. Puskar AP

House votes to end 40-year ban on sending American oil overseas

October 09, 2015 05:34 PM

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