WASHINGTON, DC — Energy reducing traffic control measures and tax credits for buyers of high-fuel-efficiency vehicles such as hybrids form part of the Bush Admin.'s energy policy report released earlier this month. Absent from the report, compiled by a task force under Vice President Dick Cheney's direction, are new measures aimed at automakers under the Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) program, says Michael Stanton, vice president-government affairs of the Alliance of Automobile ...
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