WATCHING WASHINGTON NES MEASURES PILE UP

With Patrick Crow Proposals for National Energy Strategy legislation continue to pile up in Congress, which is considering them with no sense of great urgency. Action will occur first in the Senate energy committee, where Chairman Bennett Johnston (D-La.) plans to begin marking up a bill in mid-April. His committee has ended a quick series of hearings on energy policy, focusing on the administration's NES proposal and a bill Johnston and Malcolm Wallop (R-Wyo.), the ranking Republican on

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