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    Unless you're the type to very closely read the fine print on the face of fuel pumps, you might not know that the vast majority of U.S. gasoline is truly ten-percent home grown—that's ten-percent ethanol, and with that ethanol almost certainly from corn. The upsides of adding more ethanol to fuel include a reduced reliance on foreign petroleum production and reduced emissions of some air pollutants. Ethanol also raises gasoline's octane rating without the greater use of some of ingredients that may be more harmful to the environment (or to people). But the primary downside of adding...

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