In the current political landscape, some members of the California State Legislature are pushing for a ban on oil production without fully considering the crucial questions it raises. How will California meet the existing oil demand if domestic production decreases or ends? Will the state be forced to rely heavily on oil imports from foreign countries? The environmental impact of producing, shipping, and unloading foreign oil at our ports must be addressed. Considering the consequences of heavily relying on oil imports and the potential economic costs is crucial.
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