Maine legislator withdraws bill on sale of no-ethanol fuel

02/4/2010 | Bloomberg Businessweek

A bill in the Maine Senate that would have required retailers to offer non-ethanol-blended gasoline has been rescinded and replaced with a measure that calls for an educational campaign on the use and disposal of E10. The bill's sponsor, state Sen. Lisa Marrache, said that requiring non-ethanol fuel "was much easier said than done."

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