U.S. ENERGY LEGISLATION TO SEE CRUCIAL TIME IN July

Patrick Crow Washington Editor July may be a critical month for omnibus energy bills in Congress. The Senate energy committee has finished work on the most comprehensive energy legislation Congress has seen in a decade. It is designed to facilitate almost all forms of U.S. energy production as well as conservation. Debate on the Senate floor, expected in July, will see votes on several controversial issues. In the House of Representatives, the energy and power subcommittee plans to begin

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