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Sen. Ted Cruz on Monday detailed a plan to expand domestic energy production by beating back a slate of Obama administration regulations that he says are standing in the way of a national oil and gas boom.

Decrying U.S. energy policy as stuck in the 1970s, the Texas Republican laid out the major points of sweeping legislation he is preparing to introduce in the coming weeks.

The plan is a medley of several existing proposals championed by congressional Republicans and the energy industry, and contains provisions that would block forthcoming federal regulations on hydraulic and power plants.

It would also require approval from Congress for the most costly government rules.