Congress wants to send White House legislation by summer's end

07/16/2001
Congressional leaders say they want to have key portions of the White House's energy blueprint ready for President George W. Bush to sign into law before the US Labor Day holiday Sept. 3.Many of the White House's recommendations from its May report can be implemented administratively. The document emphasizes interagency cooperation on energy policy and calls on regulators to streamline environmental and drilling permits whenever possible.About one third of the president's recommendations, however, require legislative action, including some controversial issues. Some of the larger legislative items originally sought from Congress include: expanding tax credits for alternate ene...
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