Mo. lawmakers consider rule expanding ethanol use
(AP) — Missouri lawmakers are considering a rule change that could expand the use of ethanol in gasoline. A legislative committee heard testimony Monday on a proposed rule change that would allow fuel containing a 15 percent ethanol blend to be sold.
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