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Arkansas Considers Bills to Support Biodiesel Development

The Arkansas state legislature is considering the Arkansas Alternative Fuels Development Act, a measure that would provide up to $4 million in incentives for biodiesel production and infrastructure in state.

A funding bill would appropriate also $2 million to the University of Arkansas agriculture department for research, and up to $4 million for matching federal grants for research.

Sen. Robert Thompson, D-Paragould, said Monday he also is working on legislation that would require all service stations in the state to sell only biodiesel fuel when production in Arkansas reaches a certain level.


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