Ethanol At a Turning Point

[Boston Herald] When Mark Marquis started building his $180 million ethanol plant along the Illinois River, turning corn into fuel seemed like a license to print money. Ethanol enjoyed the unflinching support of the federal government, making it the preferred alternative to foreign oil.  But as Marquis Energy recently loaded its first batch of fuel onto a barge, ethanol refiners found themselves facing a vicious backlash.
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