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Ethanol import tax opposed in Congress
President Bush made clear his desire to boost ethanol supplies and to try to generate more imports at a meeting on energy with a bipartisan group of lawmakers.
Energy Secretary Samuel Bodman said that while the administration “will continue to consider” ways to boost imports, including removing the tariff, “it’s largely a congressional matter.”
“The President has encouraged Congress to examine all alternatives for...
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