Bush wants more research money for hydrogen cars

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WASHINGTON, Jan 30 (Reuters) - The Bush administration will seek a 43 percent increase in federal funds to develop cars that run on hydrogen fuel and eventually have in place the service station infrastructure that will support the vehicles. The $227 million in total research money is included in the government's budget for the 2005 spending year to be released by the White House on Monday, said an Energy Department official. The money is part of President George W. Bush's long-term ...

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