U.S. ENERGY ISSUES LARGELY ON HOLD ON CAPITOL HILL

Patrick Crow Washington Editor The U.S. energy agenda for 1992 consists mainly of one bill in Congress, and it may be too large for Congress to swallow. Inspired by the Bush administration's program to revamp U.S. energy policy, congressional committees last year dumped all their energy legislation into single packages.

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