Legislative notebook: Ag community debates ethanol
ST. PAUL -- A new way to turn corn into fuel prompted a Thursday debate about giving ethanol a continued priority in state law.
Representatives of the Luverne, Minn., Agri-Energy plant owned by Colorado-based Gevo said current law forbids their new isobutanol product from being mixed with gasoline like ethanol now is. Both are made from corn.
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