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Listen: Is Interior going too far for offshore oil production?

The Trump administration is pushing to expand oil and gas drilling to nearly all federal waters while weakening offshore safety rules developed in response to the Deepwater Horizon disaster.

On this week's Capitol Crude, David Hayes, a deputy Interior secretary during both the Obama and Clinton administrations, claims that the Trump administration is trying to push to expand lease sales and weaken drilling regulations far more than even industry wants.

Hayes talks about the risk of rolling back offshore regulations and the likelihood of drilling in the Atlantic, Eastern Gulf of Mexico and the Arctic.