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Web Date: January 24, 2007

Bush Proposes 20% Cut In U.S. Gas Use

President wants more non-oil-based fuel, better vehicle efficiency
Department: Government & Policy | Collection: Sustainability

An ambitious boost for ethanol, a modest increase in vehicle efficiency, and a nod to the importance of technological solutions for climate change were among a small number of energy and science topics mentioned by President George W. Bush on Jan. 23 in his State of the Union address.

Unlike last year, there was no $50 billion American Competitiveness Initiative for basic science or new R&D tax credits and science education proposals. But like last . . .

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