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Bush calls for US to cut oil reliance

Modest domestic goals mark State of Union

By Michael Kranish
Globe Staff / February 1, 2006

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WASHINGTON -- Saying ''America is addicted to oil," President Bush used his State of the Union address last night to call for reducing America's dependence on Middle Eastern oil by 75 percent by the year 2025. Bush also laid out a relatively modest domestic agenda of providing federal help on healthcare and education, and vowed to remain vigilant against the ... (Full article: 1290 words)

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