Ethanol’s hidden costs | IN 60 SECONDS

Ethanol has enjoyed support from the United States government for decades. Despite the presumed benefits of ethanol, its production bears deep economic and environmental costs. AEI’s Tim Carney explains why Congress should end the ethanol mandate and let ethanol compete in the free market.

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