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'I wouldn't change any of the decisions I've made' -- Salazar

As Interior Secretary Ken Salazar leaves office today, the former Democratic senator said he's confident about the safety of Gulf drilling and optimistic about the nation's energy future. "I think we are much safer today than we were in 2009," Salazar said in an interview last week. "There still is a lot of work that needs to be done, but we have some very good leadership in place. We've been able to hire inspectors and move forward with some reforms that make me much more comfortable."

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