WASHINGTON - Sen. John B. Breaux unveiled a plan yesterday to scale back President Clinton's energy tax and substitute $30 billion of Medicare cuts, a proposal that drew the fire of Democratic liberals.

The Louistana Democrat is a swing vote on the Senate Finance Committee, along with Sen. David Boren, D-Okla., who gave tentative support to the Breaux plan yesterday.

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