The Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers is among 39 environmental, food, motor vehicle, energy, power equipment and recreational industry groups asking for legislative hearings on a pending U.S. Environmental Protection Agency action that could increase the amount of ethanol permitted in gasoline. The alliance is an association of 11 vehicle manufacturers including the Detroit Three and several European and Japanese auto makers. In letters to the chairmen and ranking members of the ...

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