By Chris Baltimore WASHINGTON, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Republican leaders want to wrap up negotiations on a wide-ranging energy bill by the end of next week despite a lack of consensus so far on electricity grid rules and ethanol fuel -- two of the most contentious issues, a Senate aide said on Thursday. "It is our intention to have a conference meeting at the end of next week, on Thursday or Friday," Senate Energy Committee staff director Alex Flint told reporters. "I assume we will resolve ...
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