House lawmakers passed a $16 billion energy tax bill that does away with tax breaks for oil and gas companies and shifts the incentives to alternative energy, despite the threat of a veto from President Bush.

The bill extends renewable energy tax credits and attempts to promote greater energy efficiency. The White House, however, complained that the measure would lead to less domestic oil and gas production and higher taxes.

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