NEW YORK, May 31 (Reuters) - Pennsylvania Gov. Edward Rendell wants to use a $260 million windfall to double rebates for hybrid cars to $1,000, pay for business and family tax cuts and help subsidize prescription drugs for seniors. A spokeswoman for the Democrat was not immediately available to say how Pennsylvania's hybrid car rebates compared with other states' programs. Rendell, who is running for reelection, also proposed a sales-tax holiday for consumers who buy energy-efficient ...
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