(Recasts with final passage of energy bill) By John Crawley WASHINGTON, June 21 (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate approved a proposal on Thursday that would for the first time in 30 years force sharp increases in auto fuel standards and impose other measures to make vehicles more efficient and cut dependence on imported oil. In a surprise voice vote, senators approved a compromise amendment that would require an improvement in the average efficiency of the new U.S. vehicle fleet from 25 ...
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