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AP FACT CHECK: Clinton says the US is energy independent

Domestic oil production has greatly increased in recent years and oil imports as a percentage of consumption have dropped, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Oil imports have dropped from 3.58 billion barrels in 2008 to 2.68 billion barrels in 2015. EDITOR'S NOTE _ A look at the veracity of claims by political figures
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