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Senators Oppose Higher Ethanol Blending Requirements



January 7, 2011

The Hill's E2 Wire is reporting that "A bipartisan coalition of senators are mounting increased opposition to the Environmental Protection Agency’s decision to allow some vehicles to fuel up with higher blends of ethanol in their gasoline." 

Ethanol has been hanging around Washington for decades, but perhaps there's a sense now that it's time to put an end to it.


 

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