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Which executive department would most likely need to approve an oil company’s new pipeline? the Department of Agriculture the Department of Energy the Department of the Interior the Department of Commerce
The Department of the Interior would most likely need to approve an oil company’s new pipeline.
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The Department of the Interior would most likely need to approve an oil company’s new pipeline.
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