The Problem With the Ethanol Mandate That Iowa Loves

Unlike this op-ed’s view, the problem is everything.

Corn ethanol is wrong because it is the subsidized burning of food for fuel. Cellulosic ethanol cannot be produced in a cost-effective manner. Ethanol, regardless of its source, mucks up engines.

Ex-EPA-er Margo Oge writes in the NYTimes:

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