Good News for Santa Barbara

June 1970
Time;6/22/1970, Vol. 95 Issue 25, p56
The article discusses U.S. President Richard Nixon's proposal for the cancellation of 20 federal leases given to oil companies by the administration of former President Lyndon B. Johnson in 1968, and setting up a marine sanctuary in Santa Barbara Channel, California. It mentions how marine creatures in Santa Barbara's white beaches were affected by offshore oil and gas drilling. It also discusses the government's plans for compensating the oil companies.


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