Bush Administration Opens Arctic Lands for Drilling

The Bush administration opened up hundreds of thousands of acres around Teshekpuk Lake, on Alaska’s North Slope, to oil drilling. The wetlands around the 315-acre lake are popular Inupiat hunting and fishing grounds and are widely considered among the most vital in the Arctic for molting geese.

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