End of biofuel payments prompts questions
ST. PAUL -- The state of Minnesota continues to provide subsidies to about a dozen corn-based ethanol plants, but policymakers soon will begin discussing how else to spend that money.
Thirteen ethanol plants receive ethanol fuel subsidies - a payment based on gallons produced - but those payments will tail off in the coming years, an Agriculture Department official told a legislative panel Tuesday.
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