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Green doesnt up the ante on markup law

Green Bay, Wis. - The candidates for Wisconsin governor are playing a game of one- upsmanship on pocketbook issues, and it was U.S. Rep. Mark Green's turn to up the ante after Gov. Jim Doyle announced he would suspend enforcement of the state's minimum markup law for ethanol.

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However, the law does not make a distinction between fuel derived from petroleum and fuel derived from ethanol, which in Doyle's view artificially drives up the price of ethanol blended fuels such as E-85 and E-10.

In response, Doyle announced that ethanol-based fuel would not be subject to the minimum marku......

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Source:wistechnology.com By WTN News 08/09/06


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