Sen. John Thune, the Republican who ousted Senate Minority Leader Tom Daschle in 2004, says it's time for all gas pumps to offer E20 blends.
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The House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Energy and Air Quality met with South Dakota business and agriculture leaders Tuesday. In such a corn-friendly state (it's the home of the Corn Palace), ethanol was a major topic, even for a congressman from Virginia. Rep. Rick Boucher, a Democrat from the Old Dominion, said he liked a proposal to increase the standard fuel blend from 10 percent ethanol to 30 percent. He explains such a move would help commercialize non-corn-based ethanol. Boucher (s
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