By Tom Doggett and Chris Baltimore WASHINGTON, July 26 (Reuters) - House of Representatives and Senate negotiators finished work on Tuesday on energy legislation that aims to boost traditional oil, natural gas and electricity supplies and would double production of the gasoline additive ethanol. The panel of lawmakers rejected a proposal to reduce U.S. oil consumption by 1 million barrels per day and also turned down a plan to require utilities to generate more electricity from renewable ...
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