The U.S. Senate passes energy legislation that could end a 4-year stalemate in Washington, which has been blamed for blocking passage of a comprehensive plan. The Senate approved the measure, introduced by New Mexico Sen. Pete Domenici on June 9. It calls for $18 billion in tax incentives and $36 billion in energy-related projects, by an 85-to-12 vote, The New York Times reports. Key parts of the plan move to Congress for additional approval. Ford Motor Co. applauds the legislation for ...
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