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July 12, 2012 12:00 AM

Alaska officials urge feds to plug abandoned oil wells

Alaska officials blasted the federal government Thursday during a Senate hearing for what they said was a lackluster strategy for plugging more than 100 abandoned oil wells in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska on the North Slope.

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