A California Assembly bill, AB 523, has been introduced that would end state ethanol subsidies; organizations such as the California Poultry Federation and Western United Dairymen have given their support.
A bill that would end California subsidies for the production of corn-based ethanol has gained support from twenty-two U.S. agricultural and business organizations, including the California Poultry Federation and Western United Dairymen.
In a statement to the California Assembly, the agricultural groups asked legislators to consider the following:
As of April 26, the Assembly bill, AB 523, was re-referred to the Assembly Committee on Transportation.
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