Energy Bill Should Not Put Any Money into Corn Ethanol

Salt Lake City, Utah [Salt Lake Tribune] As the U.S. Senate hunkers down to debate an energy bill, we would hope that it will be sure to do one thing and avoid another. We would hope that the Senate will increase fuel-efficiency standards for cars and trucks and not waste time and money on the false promise of corn ethanol.
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