(Updates with politics a major factor in energy bill votes; new throughout) By Tom Doggett and Charles Abbott WASHINGTON, April 29 (Reuters) - The Senate, in a pair of party-line votes tinted by election-year politics, refused on Thursday to debate either reform of U.S. energy policy or a federal mandate to double the use of corn-based ethanol. The first overhaul of U.S. energy policy in more than a decade stalled in a Senate filibuster months ago. An Energy Committee spokeswoman said ...
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