WATCHING WASHINGTON SENATE NES LEGISLATION

With Patrick Crow The Senate energy committee has turned to marking up some critical--and controversial--chapters of its National Energy Strategy legislation. This month the panel will consider requiring tougher auto fuel efficiency requirements, mandates for alternative auto fuels, an oil import fee (by another name), and leasing of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Coastal Plain. Deputy Energy Sec. Henson Moore said last week the Bush administration is pleased with the Senate legislation so

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