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Stop The Offshore Drilling!

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Default Stop The Offshore Drilling!

The government, represented by Prime Minister Dean Barrow, is determined to allow offshore oil drilling and as a result thousands of citizens fighting mad that the government will not listen to them to make it stop.

Read More: Ted Danson: Fight to Stop Offshore Drilling in Belize's Barrier Reef
source: Huffington Post

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