Ethanol blended gas costs $1.40 more a gallon with government subsidies

June 17, 2011 04:41

Dr. Coburn explains some of the reasons to eliminate ethanol subsides. We have markedly increased the cost of food due to ethanol production. Government subsidies hide an additional $172 per gallon in ethanol blended gasoline. Coburn fails to mention that ethanol production actually does the environment more harm than good, lowers gas mileage, increases engine wear, and uses more energy to produce.

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