By Tom Doggett WASHINGTON, May 31 (Reuters) - Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards on Thursday unveiled an energy proposal that rivals plans by fellow candidates in the race toward boosting the use of ethanol in the United States. At a campaign appearance in California, Edwards said he would force oil companies to install ethanol pumps at a quarter of their service stations and require automakers to build cars that can run on biofuels. Edwards' plan to boost the use of ...
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