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Debate grows over whether U.S. should end decades-long ban on oil exports

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Growing debate on whether the U.S. should end a restriction on crude oil exports is setting the table for potential policy changes through Congress or the White House, energy analysts said Monday. The U.S. has maintained a ban on exporting crude since the 1970s — when the Arab oil embargo crippled supplies and sent prices skyward — save for a small amount that flows north to Canada. But that...

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