* Govs warn vs "overreaching" for 2017-2025 fuel standard * 56.2 miles per gallon standard reportedly being weighed * 2010 standard was 29.2 mpg DETROIT, June 30 (Reuters) - Fifteen U.S. state governors urged federal regulators to take jobs and the weak economy into account when drafting new fuel economy standards for 2017 through 2025, warning against "overreaching" when setting the new miles-per-gallon rate. The governors, all of whom are Republicans and most of whom represent ...
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