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Bush touts fuel conservation steps at a firm that wants more

By John Donnelly
Globe Staff / January 25, 2007

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WASHINGTON -- President Bush pushed his vision for making America less reliant on foreign oil in his first appearance after his State of the Union address, telling a gathering of scientists at a DuPont plant in Delaware yesterday that their research on alternative fuels was vital for the environment and national security. (Full article: 980 words)

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