We Could Be ‘Saudi Arabia of Ethanol’

[Wisconsin State Journal] The rising price of oil and gasoline is adding new energy and clout to the ethanol industry, and it’s made for some strange political bedfellows in the process. Across the state, ethanol has made news in recent months – from new plants and a state task force to a proposed mandate to use ethanol in Wisconsin gas. As some Republican lawmakers and Democratic Gov. Jim Doyle line up to support the ethanol mandate, they face another pair of unlikely opponents: environmentalists and the state’s largest business lobby. For the full article, use the following link.
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