A likely record-breaking crowd took part in Tuesday's Kern County Board of Supervisors meeting on the state's plan for the oil industry in California. With  an estimated 1,100 people in attendance, three overflow rooms were not enough to contain the industry's supporters. Speakers at the meeting included high-level state oil regulators and a strong showing of executives.

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