By Tom Doggett WASHINGTON, April 29 (Reuters) - Senate lawmakers plan to finish writing legislation this week aimed at carrying out the biggest overhaul of American energy policy in a decade, hoping to reach an agreement with the House of Representatives that has passed a much different energy bill. The energy legislation is expected to be considered by the full Senate in May, but differences with the House bill would have to be hammered out before President George W. Bush could sign a ...
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