n one of the most blatant examples of pandering to a powerful constituency, the Obama administration has approved a new form of gasoline for use in model 2001 and newer vehicles. It is called E15 -- a blend of 85 percent gasoline and 15 percent ethanol.

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Although E15 hasn't gained as much attention as the Solyndra debacle, it is potentially more damaging. By putting politics before science, EPA's approval could be putting millions of consumers' vehicles, gasoline-powered equipment, and their household budgets at risk.

Jane Van Ryan recently retired from the American Petroleum Institute in Washington. She resides in Timberville, Va.

source: washingtonexaminer


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