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The consumer will pay? 08/24/2011 @ 2:35pm We can't afford to lose one gallon huh? Based on the article, we could have lost 900 million this year and had plety for domestic supply.....

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The consumer will pay. 08/24/2011 @ 1:51pm You can be assured that the consumer will pay for the loss of the subsidy in higher gasoline prices. We have embedded ethanol into our liquid fuel supply to the extent that we cannot afford to lose one gallon of that supply.

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