WASHINGTON, Nov 18 (Reuters) - The U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday passed a broad energy bill laden with about $23.5 billion in tax breaks, sending the first major energy policy rewrite in a decade to the Senate for final approval. The energy bill, written mostly by Republicans behind closed doors, was cleared by a congressional negotiating committee late on Monday. Passage of the energy bill is a top White House priority, even though the legislation does not include the White ...
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