Watching Government - Conserving energy

Spring races forward. And as the weather warms, US presidential election rhetoric promises to heat up, too.With the summer driving season still months away, voters are not losing sleep over energy and environmental issues, or at least, that's what politicians are being told.The latest polls suggest influential "soccer moms" and "NASCAR dads" are not worrying about clean- air rules or retail gasoline prices. That could change dramatically by June if US government forecasts about higher fuel costs prove correct, or if the summer turns oppressively hot and smoggy in closely contested states.But for now, escalating pump prices are not on the public's radar screen; the job market, and ...

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