In Wisconsin, ethanol seller hit with a $12m lawsuit for selling cheap ethanol
The ethanol stations had been warned about the violations of the Act, but Governor Jim Doyle has told the state not to prosecute. The environmental advantages of ethanol are questionable and they have been given waivers on pollution. Tell us what you think: is the Governor right to go easy on ethanol sellers under a bad law or do gas stations need competitive protection against ethanol stations?
[Source: North Western]
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