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House approves speeding up natural gas exports

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The House passed legislation Wednesday expediting liquefied natural gas exports to nations that lack free-trade agreements with the United States, the latest development in a months-long Capitol Hill debate about whether to send the energy resource abroad. Rep. Cory Gardner's bill passed 266-150, with 46 Democrats joining Republicans and two GOP lawmakers opposing the measure. The legislation...

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