By Matt Spetalnick WILMINGTON, Del., Jan 24 (Reuters) - President George W. Bush on Wednesday urged the federal government to "lead by example" by reducing energy consumption and using alternative fuels, as he pushed his State of the Union call for U.S. energy independence. In his address to Congress the night before, Bush set a goal of reducing U.S. gasoline use by 20 percent over a decade, mostly through a large increase in the use of home-grown fuels such as ethanol. He also called ...
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