A pair of bills in Maine aim to eliminate or reduce the amount of ethanol in gasoline in the state. The first bill would reduce ethanol content in gasoline from 10% to 5%, while the second would create a coalition with other New England states to import ethanol-free fuel. "Ethanol doesn't like small engines; it doesn't like fuel lines, chainsaws, weed whackers, anything with fuel lines," said state Rep. Jeff Timberlake, who introduced the bills.

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