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    • “Proposals that seek to limit LNG or coal or any other product would have far-reaching negative effects on the United States and should be rejected. Such restrictions limit economic opportunities and stifle job growth rather than provide a source of increased economic growth.”-- National Association of Manufacturers

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    • “We believe LNG export restrictions would discourage U.S. energy exploration and economic growth. And the notion of restricting exports would be counterproductive to our ongoing efforts to keep other countries from embracing similar policies. The U.S. has – and should continue ...”-- Caterpillar, Inc.

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    • “[E]xpanding our exports of LNG will unlock essential economic benefits, such as job creation, government revenue and the reduction of our trade deficit. To be clear, each LNG export terminal represents a multi-billion dollar investment in the U.S. economy and could result in 5...”-- Bill Cooper, president, Center for Liquefied Natural Gas

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    • “The billions of dollars in wages generated by these well-paying jobs will be multiplied throughout communities across the country in the form of investment and taxes, which will in turn be used to support schools, fire stations and other essential public services. This new sou...”-- United Association of Plumbers, Fitters and HVAC Techs

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    • “We believe domestic policy should focus on maximizing access to the nation’s abundant natural gas resources and encouraging domestic manufacturers to use those resources. Opening up more public lands to natural gas exploration and production, and regulatory reform aimed at ens...”-- American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers

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