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Minnesota House Passes E20 Mandate

27 April 2005

The Minnesota House of Representatives passed its version of the state Senate bill doubling the amount of ethanol required in gasoline sold in Minnesota to 20% over the next decade. (Earlier post.)

The 91-43 vote in the House came after nearly five hours of debate on the bill. The House and the Senate bill differ slightly in terms of the year of the deadline (2013 for the House, 2012 for the Senate).

Once the differences are resolved, the bill will go to Governor Pawlenty.

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