Business Perspectives

August 9, 2012

Economic lessons abound in ethanol mandate debate

Politics may make strange bedfellows, but economics can split up long-established relationships. That is evident in the split within the farm bloc as several livestock-producer organizations joined in petitioning the government for a waiver from the EPA mandate that all U.S. gasoline contain 10 percent ethanol or some other oxygenate.

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