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Bill would require Minn. stations to offer only gas with 20% ethanol by 2013

ST. PAUL, Minn. -- More ethanol would flow through Minnesota gas pumps under a deal reached Monday by state House and Senate negotiators, reported The Forum. The two chambers passed different versions of the bill. Ethanol supporters expect the compromise to sail through both houses, said the report...

Wis. lawmakers want answers from state Commerce Department

MADISON, Wis. -- Wisconsin lawmakers have given the state Department of Commerce until the end of next week to answer questions about its gasoline octane testing program, said the Associated Press. Inspectors and others say the program been dysfunctional for years, leaving the public vulnerable to...

Three stations fined for allegedly selling cheap gas

MINNEAPOLIS-- Three Minnesota gas stations have been fined the past few weeks for selling their gas too cheaply, reported KARE11-TV. The stations violated the state's minimum markup law, requiring them to sell gasoline for at least eight cents per gallon more than they paid for it, according to the...

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