WATCHING GOVERNMENT METHANOL/ETHANOL COMPROMISE

With Patrick Crow from Washington, D.C. The Clinton administration has decided on a compromise to resolve the controversial issue of requiring corn-based ethanol in U.S. reformulated gasoline (RFG). The Environmental Protection Agency will not require ethanol to be in the 1995 formula for RFG, which must be used to lower vehicle emissions and smog in nine Urban areas. Many other cities and states are expected to "opt into" the RFG program, which is required for the New York, Los Angeles,

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