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A California senator reacted to federal government actions dealing with the U.S. energy crisis in 1975, according to articles in The Acorn.
Sen. John V. Tunney responded to a federal proposal to institute a nationwide, mandatory gas ration of nine gallons per vehicle per week.
Tunney planned to counter the Emergency Petroleum Allocation Extension Act by introducing legislation that would require regional differences and mass transit availability to be considered...

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