I honestly don't understand what you're asking for. Approximately one month ago, the government conducted an analysis of the situation and concluded that a six month ban would eventually affect 23,000 workers. Once this formerly internal memo was revealed in a court filing, the government tried to downplay it by saying that we haven't yet "fully" realized that outcome. This is fairly straightforward.So where is the data or proof or research or new "memo" stating that the worst case scenario has been "fully realized" when there is no evidence or new information to suggest that it has been "fully realized"?
Again, what exactly do you expect? Most news stories don't come with hundreds of pages of supplemental material attached. The many, many stories out there on this topic all refer to the memorandum and clearly indicate what it includes.The other problem with the AP articles, and it is a major one, there doesn't seem to any "memo" or "federal document" by Michael Bromwich giving an economic job loss "worst case scenario" whatsoever. If you can find it, then please let me know. Because the last and only memo I can find by Michael Bromwich is dated August 16, 2010 and it makes no mention of the economic job loss impact from the morititorium on 63 exploratory oil rigs.
Administration Foresaw 23,000 Lost Jobs from Drilling Ban - WSJ.com
If you think they're all lying for some unknown reason, that's fine. I just don't know where you'd get that from.