Bush's senior advisers recommend vetoing the energy bill according to a statement from the DOE. They say it "does little to increase our nation's energy security or reduce greenhouse gas emissions." It "will actually lead to less domestic oil", "gas production and increased dependence on imported oil," "higher energy costs and higher taxes." They think the Congress should implement Bush's Twenty in Ten plan. Bush is not known for using his veto power. If he signs it or vetos, stay turned to Autoblogreen for the latest.

[Source: Houston Chronicle]

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