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Guest Host: Steve Roberts
Congress passed and President Bush signed into law and energy bill which increases fuel efficiency standards and biofuels production. It also phases out the incandescent light bulb. We’ll examine the new law and what impact it could have on the economy and the environment.
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- Dave Hamilton Director of Global Warming and Energy Programs at the Sierra Club, Washington, DC.
- Jason Grumet executive director, National Commission on Energy Policy
- Charles Territo communications director, the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers.
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