WATCHING WASHINGTON DINGELL'S NEW VIEWS

With Patrick Crow Times change, and sometimes people change with them. A case in point is Rep. John Dingell (D-Mich.), chairman of the House energy and commerce committee. During the past two decades he often has been a tough critic of the oil industry and, due to his position, a formidable obstacle for oil lobbyists. But last year, Dingell was persuaded that consumers would be better served by natural gas decontrol than by regulation. As a result, phased deregulation was enacted. Last week

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