White House, Congress to push energy agenda this year

02/10/2003
Keeping the air clean and promoting energy security are two key priorities for policymakers this year, President George W. Bush and congressional leaders said late last month.In his State of the Union speech, Bush called on Congress to act on an energy policy blueprint he unveiled in May 2001. He also called on lawmakers to pass his "Clear Skies" proposal that gives power plants and refineries more flexibility in meeting air pollution standards.Bush said an important domestic goal is to "promote energy independence for our country, while dramatically improving the environment."He also unveiled a $1.2 billion research program, called "Freedom Fuel" and designed to encourage hydrogen-powere...
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