Ethanol is getting the attention of lawmakers as gasoline prices soar and the “hydrogen economy” seems stuck on the auto industry's list of long-term projects. Recent measures have been passed or proposed by federal and state legislators – most hailing from the Midwest – promoting ethanol as the alternative fuel that could do a large part in answering the outcry for decreased dependence on foreign oil and a shift to cleaner cars. (See related story: Old Idea Made New: Ethanol Fuel Gains ...
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