By Tom Doggett and Chris Baltimore WASHINGTON, June 20 (Reuters) - Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist promised on Monday the Senate will vote on a broad energy bill later this week, even though lawmakers have yet to begin debating a contentious plan that would require U.S. companies to cut emissions linked to global warming. "We are going to finish the bill this week," Frist announced on the Senate floor. Completing the Senate energy bill by Friday will help keep Congress on track to ...
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