US Senate debates stricter auto mileage standards


By Julie Vorman WASHINGTON, July 29 (Reuters) - The Senate was expected to vote on Tuesday to delay stricter mileage standards for gasoline-guzzling sport utility vehicles until a federal agency reviews their impact on U.S. auto manufacturing jobs and vehicle safety. The proposed language was an amendment to a broad energy bill that the Senate is trying to finish this week before adjourning for its month-long August recess. The energy legislation aims to offer billions in tax incentives ...

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