U.S. Senate passes bill favoring renewables
H. Josef Hebert
Associated Press Writer
Democrats celebrated a step toward reducing U.S. dependence on oil as the Senate approved a bill June 21 calling for more ethanol and the first boost in gas mileage in decades.
Now the House plans to follow suit, perhaps by the end of June.
The Senate voted 65-27 to pass the first energy bill sinc....
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