Energy merely a walk-on in State of the Union speech

01/29/2008 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

Energy issues did not feature prominently in President George W. Bush's last State of the Union speech, although he touched on the high price of fuel and the need to improve energy security. The president did not press his energy objectives this time because they would "have a fairly heavy lift in a Democratic Congress," said Lee Fuller, vice president of government relations for the Independent Petroleum Association of America.

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