By John Crawley WASHINGTON, June 20 (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate struggled on Wednesday to reach a compromise on proposals to increase vehicle fuel efficiency, a major sticking point in broad-based energy legislation. "It's a moving target," said Sen. John Kerry, a Massachusetts Democrat who is involved in negotiations between lawmakers, like him, who favor sharply higher mileage standards and allies of struggling Detroit-automakers who favor more modest increases. Senate Majority ...
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