By Tom Doggett WASHINGTON, July 25 (Reuters) - Senate and House lawmakers on Thursday moved forward with broad energy legislation, approving language to boost energy efficiency in public buildings, help poor families pay their energy bills and raise oil production on Indian lands. Negotiators are racing against the clock to hammer out legislation to overhaul U.S. policy for the first time in a decade. Lawmakers have only a few weeks until Congress adjourns to tackle the controversial ...
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