Republicans and Democrats cannot agree on the best way to cut America’s growing use of oil and gas. Most Republicans back the Bush plan favoring tax incentives to oil and gas companies at the expense of measures to reduce energy demand. Many also favor reducing reliance on the import of foreign oil by opening the Arctic national wildlife refuge to oil and gas drilling. Democrats argue that the only way to make any substantial dent is to address vehicle mileage standards, which would ...

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