WASHINGTON, July 24 (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate will resume work on a sweeping energy bill as early as late on Thursday, with debate on a proposal for stricter automobile mileage requirements, Senate aides told Reuters on Thursday. The bill, which seeks to encourage more domestic drilling and energy conservation, is expected to have dozens of amendments offered for items ranging from faster drilling permits on Western federal lands to $15 billion worth of tax incentives for energy ...
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