By Tom Doggett WASHINGTON, July 31 (Reuters) - House Democrats unveiled legislation to update U.S. energy policy, but as written the bill would put off at least until the autumn attempts to boost mileage requirements for American cars and trucks. The House of Representatives is set to debate and possibly vote on the bill this Friday, just before lawmakers leave for their month-long summer recess. The legislation requires home appliances to use less energy, imposes green building codes ...
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