Corn prices, RFS to blame for high fuel prices

07/9/2013 | Christian Post, The

Corn and bad energy policies are causing the rise in gasoline prices, writes Harry Jackson, chairman of the High Impact Leadership Coalition. Last year's drought affected the supply and price of corn, he writes. "So ironically, it is now ethanol requirements -- which consume five billion bushels of corn each year -- that are driving up fuel costs, rather than the price of crude oil," he writes.

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