Senate debate in April to focus on ANWR, ethanol

03/25/2002
A controversial proposal to lease the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska will likely be debated in early April as the Senate moves to a fourth week of debate on a comprehensive energy bill. Possible amendments to clean fuels programs, including a renewable fuels standard for transportation fuels, are also likely to be considered after Congress comes back from a 2-week spring recess Apr. 8.Meanwhile, last week senators considered a measure to boost renewable energy in electric power generation and a plan to tighten energy trading regulations. Neither issues were voted on. The energy trading plan sponsored by Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) dominated debate afte...
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