Ethanol producers in the state are calling on the federal government to help their industry.
..."We need to continue to expand the market for ethanol and right now as an industry, not just here in Wisconsin, but as a country, we now have pretty much totally saturated the 10 percent market," said Gary Kramer,
Of course, you might starve (like the third-world inhabitants who depend on corn) if Kramer gets his way along with a LOT of your money:
...Ed Francois, who employs people at 13 gas stations in the area, said he isn't seeing a huge demand for ethanol.
..."When you take the cap and raise it by 50 percent, will we have enough ethanol to provide it to gasoline?" said Francois. "And in the case of a very bad corn year, a year with drought, low product, we then have a mandate that says it will go to fuel."
Gee. Can't make it on product superiority, so Screw Taxpayers, Motorists, and people who need food.
Smooth move, Gary!