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A recent Detroit Free Press article: "With voters clamoring for relief from sky-high gas prices and facing long waits to buy hybrid cars, bipartisan legislation to increase production of fuel-efficient vehicles and alternative fuels is gaining momentum. More than a quarter of the Senate, including five potential presidential candidates, and 84 House members [ed: 88 as of now] are pushing for a vote on "vehicle and fuel choice" measures that are supported by an unusual alliance of conservative and liberal groups [...] The fuel choices bills reflect proposals of the Set America Free Coalition, a group composed of conservative-leaning military hawks from the Reagan and first Bush administrations, social conservatives, environmentalists and the labor movement."

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