Oct 29 (Reuters) - U.S. energy policy has become a major issue for the 2008 presidential campaigns after high energy costs added to the consumer woes this year and both parties seek to reduce dependence on foreign oil. Here is a look at what Democratic candidate Barack Obama and Republican rival John McCain are saying about energy issues. Comments from analysts on the candidates policies can be found here: [N29477756] OFFSHORE DRILLING Obama opposed lifting the congressional moratorium ...
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