King corn lives in your gas tank. And he rules Iowa, home of America’s first presidential caucus.
(From The Washington Examiner)
The proposed regulations would allow 15-percent ethanol fuels to be sold year-round, including in the summer. The high-ethanol fuel is currently banned by the EPA for sale during the summer driving season, which begins June 1, because of its high fuel volatility rating, which can hurt engine performance and can contribute to smog, especially during summer.