Energy Bill Fading in Senate The GOP-sponsored energy bill is in limbo in the Senate after its supporters fail to muster the votes needed to cut off debate on the legislation. Its prospects for a floor vote are uncertain. The House has already passed the bill in its final form, and President Bush had hoped to sign it in a matter of days. NPR's David Welna reports.
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Energy Bill Fading in Senate

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Energy Bill Fading in Senate

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The GOP-sponsored energy bill is in limbo in the Senate after its supporters fail to muster the votes needed to cut off debate on the legislation. Its prospects for a floor vote are uncertain. The House has already passed the bill in its final form, and President Bush had hoped to sign it in a matter of days. NPR's David Welna reports.