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|Monday, June 22, 2009|
The U.S. Congress has passed a bill that will encourage consumers to get rid of their gas guzzlers for more fuel-efficient models. Under the bill, people with poor-gas-mileage cars would be able to obtains vouchers towards the purchase of better vehicles.
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