Ethanol boom divides agriculture groups lobbying Congress

02/7/2007 | Hill, The

Livestock groups are lobbying to end tariffs on imported ethanol and tax credits for blending gasoline with ethanol because the demand for ethanol could drive up the price of corn, which they use for feed. Corn growers are opposed to ending the incentives to produce corn-based ethanol. "Corn affects an awful lot of people, some very positively and some very negatively, and I'm not surprised that that would pit some groups against one another," Sen. Ben Nelson, D-Neb., said.

View Full Article in:

Hill, The

Published in Brief:

SmartBrief Job Listings for Health Care

Job Title Company Location
Market Intelligence Manager
Olympus Corporation of the Americas
Southborough, MA
Regulatory Counsel
Food and Drug Administration
Silver Spring, MD
Pharmacy Care Manager
National Association of Chain Drug Stores
Arlington, VA
Vice President, Commercial Markets
Meridian Health
Neptune, NJ
Health Plan CEO – Oregon
Trillium Community Health Plan
Eugene, OR