National energy bill in final stretch
Tax incentives, direct appropriations total tens of billions of dollars
Petroleum News Juneau Correspondent
Not all lawmakers and lobbyists were happy with what finally made it in or out of the nationís first comprehensive energy bill since 1992, but supporters said itís a politically practical series of compromises as they pushed for its quick passage into law.
The House-Senate conference committee adopt....
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Little time for public review
Senate Democrats grumble
Farm states are happy
Product liability shield is controversial
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