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on June 18, 2010

EWG Report Claims Even With Federal Subsidies, Corn Ethanol Is an Inefficient Fuel

Corn-based ethanol doesn't do much to sever the U.S. reliance on fossil fuels or diminish the need for oil imports, but the biofuel does soak up billions of dollars worth of taxpayer dollars in the form of subsidies, according to study released June...

Corn-based ethanol doesn't do much to sever the U.S. reliance on fossil fuels or diminish the need for oil imports, but the biofuel does soak up billions of dollars worth of taxpayer dollars in the form of subsidies, according to study released June 15 by the Environmental Working Group.

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