Jindal Criticizes President’s Energy Policies

Gov. outlined steps to boost domestic production at a breakfast this morning.

WASHINGTON (AP) — Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal says President Barack Obama's administration has failed to do enough to harness the nation's energy potential.

The possible Republican presidential candidate says Obama's policies have limited oil and natural gas production on federal lands, stalled approval of the Keystone XL pipeline and pushed regulations on power plants.

Jindal outlined steps Tuesday to boost domestic energy production at a breakfast with reporters sponsored by the Christian Science Monitor. He says Obama's administration has found no scientific reason to stall the Keystone pipeline but is delaying it because of politics. He says domestic energy production could bolster tepid economic growth.

On 2016, he says he will make a decision about whether to run for president after the November elections. (AP NEWS).

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