America’s roads and new-car showrooms should be dramatically different by 2020, says House Democratic Leader Dick Gephardt, who is calling for sweeping federal tax credits to encourage “green” technology development. “We should have a goal of 1 million hybrid cars by 2010, and by 2020, a majority of cars for sale in American showrooms should be hybrids,” Gephardt tells the Democratic Leadership Council in Washington, where debate over corporate average fuel economy (CAFE) ...
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