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06/05/2006
General Interest - Quick TakesDemocrats propose bill to boost nonoil energyForty-three US Senate Democrats proposed energy legislation May 17 that would accelerate development of nonpetroleum motor fuels, make price-gouging a federal crime, and provide emergency energy assistance to low-income families and emergency energy loans to farmers and small businesses.Called the Clean Energy Development for a Growing Economy (Clean EDGE) initiative, the legislation also would revoke subsidies for major oil companies and transfer the money to renewable energy and energy efficiency programs.Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) declared, “With this bill, and under our leadership, America...
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