By John Crawley WASHINGTON, June 27 (Reuters) - Senior Democrats in the House of Representatives on Wednesday vowed to push new automobile fuel economy standards in energy legislation soon to be considered by the full chamber. "We will pass a fuel economy standard soon, just as the Senate has done," Rep. Edward Markey told members of the Energy and Commerce Committee. "We have reached a historic moment." The statement by the Massachusetts Democrat, a senior member of the panel, came as ...
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