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Ethanol Still Popular on Capitol Hill
June 14, 2011
An editorial in today's Wall Street Journal highlights a report from the UN that expresses concerns about foodstocks being converted to ethanol and Senator Tom Coburn's efforts to end ethanol subsidies. According to CNN, that effort failed this afternoon. So, despite opposition at the UN, ethanol remains popular inside the Beltway.
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