SAN FRANCISCO, Jan 24 (Reuters) - California energy officials said on Wednesday they were disappointed that President George W. Bush's plan for new fuels to cut gasoline use did not address fuel carbon levels that contribute to greenhouse gas emissions. They also were disappointed that the president did not call for a cap on greenhouse gases linked to global warming in his annual State of the Union address delivered to Congress on Tuesday night. Bush urged a nearly fivefold increase in ...
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