U.S. House may ok higher gas mileage in new bill

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By Tom Doggett WASHINGTON, July 25 (Reuters) - The U.S. House of Representatives could accept a Senate proposal to boost vehicle mileage requirements as part of legislation to open more offshore areas to oil and natural gas drilling, a key House lawmaker said on Tuesday. The Senate may vote this week on legislation to open a small area off the coast of Florida to drilling while preventing energy exploration within 125 of the state's coastline through 2022. Some senators may try to add ...

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