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Fighting Mr. Biden to Keep America Energy Independent

LOS ANGELES - DECEMBER 19: The Wilmington ARCO refinery is seen before dawn December 19, 2003 in Los Angeles, California. Crude oil prices have reached the highest level since before the U.S.-led war in Iraq began. Unexpectedly heavy draws on U.S. crude inventories and fears of unrest in the Middle East have been driving prices higher. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)

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Wednesday, 14 states including Louisiana and Wyoming filed suit against Mr. Biden’s administration to challenge his pause on new Crude Oil and Nat Gas leasing on federal lands and waters.

A coalition of 13 states filed 1 lawsuit in federal court in Louisiana, while Wyoming filed a its own lawsuit in federal court in that state.

The states joining Louisiana’s suit included Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Georgia, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah and West Virginia.

Mr. Biden in January signed an executive order putting on hold new leasing on federal lands pending a policy review.

The US Interior Department, which oversees the federal Oil & Gas program, is set to launch a review of the federal crude oil and nat gas leasing program Thursday, a Key step that will determine whether the administration will permanently halt all new leases.

The department declined to comment on the litigation.

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