WATCHING WASHINGTON ENERGY NO ISSUE IN WHITE HOUSE RACE

With Patrick Crow As the presidential election campaign heats up, it appears energy again will be a nonissue. Oil and gas prices are very low, and that's good politics. Never mind that drilling is at a nadir, production is plunging, and oil companies have halved their employment. Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton, the Democratic party nominee for the White House, has shown no particular interest in energy issues. In the drafting of the Democratic platform, Clinton opposed exploration of the

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