By Julie Vorman WASHINGTON, July 29 (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate was poised on Friday to approve a $14.5 billion energy bill that is championed by the White House as a way to increase U.S. supplies and reduce demand but criticized by environmental groups. Supporters say the measure will revive America's nuclear power industry, boost oil drilling, convert coal into a cleaner-burning fuel and use home-grown corn to stretch gasoline supplies. Environmental groups and some Democrats ...
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