US energy bill receives new Senate setback

Industry lobbyists said Apr. 30 the likelihood that the US Congress can pass comprehensive energy legislation this year grows ever more remote, thanks to a series of procedural votes the Senate took that effectively rejected comprehensive energy legislation—including politically popular ethanol mandate provisions.

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