By Chris Baltimore WASHINGTON, April 25 (Reuters) - Democratic leaders in the U.S. Senate said on Tuesday they want to suspend federal taxes on gasoline to counter near-record pump prices, and House Republican leaders made plans to consider a major package of energy production and conservation incentives in June. With oil prices hitting record highs and gas topping $3 a gallon at some pumps, Democrats hoping to win control of Congress in November have used the issue to slam White House ...
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