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Burger Makers Fight to Repeal Biofuel Lawi
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Steve Baragona
December 04, 2012 3:40 PM
Big American fast-food chains have entered the fight against an alternative fuel policy that critics say is pushing up the price of food worldwide. In a new lobbying effort, they are calling on Congress to repeal a law that requires gasoline to contain ethanol, a fuel produced mainly from corn. VOA's Steve Baragona reports.

Burger Makers Fight to Repeal Biofuel Law

Published December 04, 2012

Big American fast-food chains have entered the fight against an alternative fuel policy that critics say is pushing up the price of food worldwide. In a new lobbying effort, they are calling on Congress to repeal a law that requires gasoline to contain ethanol, a fuel produced mainly from corn. VOA's Steve Baragona reports.


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