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    • “We are confident that any even-handed consideration will lead [Energy Secretary Ernest] Moniz to the same conclusion that so many experts have already embraced: that allowing the country to sell its bounty to the world will leave it and its trading partners better off. We hope...”-- Editorial Board, Washington Post

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    • “[F]orecasts suggest the U.S. not only has enough gas to meet its own needs for the next 100 years, but also enough to sell it to countries that don’t have enough.”-- Editorial Board, USA Today

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    • “The last thing American business needs is politicians deciding when and where companies can sell their goods. U.S. gas supplies are vast, and production was increasing so rapidly a year ago that prices fell to $2 due in large part to an unusually warm winter. If demand for U.S...”-- Editorial Board, Wall Street Journal

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    • “Greater gas exports could also factor into American foreign policy. By offering countries like India and China access to cheap American gas, Washington could make it more palatable for them to join in supporting sanctions against Iran, for instance. And it could give the Unite...”-- Editorial Board, New York Times

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    • “A policy that discriminates against producers in favor of consumers by restricting foreign sales will hurt both. For years, Americans have complained about trade deficits. Now that we have something more to sell, we shouldn’t turn away customers.”-- Robert J. Samuelson, Washington Post Writers Group

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