Watching Government - Energy bill redux

Leaders in the Republican-led US Congress say they want a comprehensive energy bill to become law before Labor Day (Sept. 1). Last year, a bill died after being mired in election-year maneuvering.Earlier this month, Senate Energy and Resources Committee Chairman Pete Domenici (R-NM) said he still wants an energy bill, and he wants it ready for floor consideration by June. Of key interest to him will be provisions that remedy what he sees as unnecessary delays in oil and gas development on federal land. Land access"I am committed to passing energy legislation that helps ensure clean, reliable, and affordable energy for every American. Part of that strategy has to include provisions that st...

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