The Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation cancels a Jan. 28 hearing that was to deal with corporate average fuel economy. Speculation is committee members have all the information they need to complete the “increased fuel efficiency” section of the Energy Policy Act of 2002. Sec. 801 was reserved for statutory language, which should be made known on or before Feb. 11, when the bill is scheduled to reach the Senate floor.
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