Clinton seeks 'revolution' to cut US oil imports


WASHINGTON, May 23 (Reuters) - Democratic Sen. Hillary Clinton, a possible presidential candidate in 2008, called on Tuesday for measures to halve U.S. oil imports by 2025 through conservation and developing alternative energy sources. In a speech interrupted by two anti-war protesters, Clinton said a "virtual revolution" was needed in the U.S. approach to energy. She proposed a package of tax and investment incentives designed to reduce foreign oil imports by nearly 8 million barrels a ...

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