U.S. GENERAL ELECTIONS OPEN DOOR TO ENERGY POLICY CHANGES
Patrick Crow Washington Editor The winds of change clearly have chilled the prospects for U.S. incumbents in the November general elections and may blow energy policy in new directions. The next president, whether George Bush or Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton, will face some persistent energy policy questions. Congress also will be working on those problems after experiencing unusually deep changes in November elections, probably the deepest since World War 11.