Bush includes energy among Congress’s ‘unmet priorities’

11/26/2007
Calling it “another priority that Congress has failed to meet,” US President George W. Bush criticized federal lawmakers on Nov. 13 for failing to act on energy proposals he outlined in his State of the Union address on Jan. 23.“When they were elected last November, majority leaders in Congress promised to pass an energy bill to reduce our dependence on oil. I consulted with members of both parties, and in my State of the Union address, I proposed a plan to reduce America’s gasoline consumption by 20% over 10 years. I called this plan 20-in-10, and asked Congress to pass it by the beginning of the summer driving season,” Bush said in a New Albany, Ind., speec...
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