E15 AND BOATERS: STILL AT RISK OF BEING LEFT HIGH AND NOT SO DRY

For some time we've worked to spread the word about the potential risks to U.S. consumers posed by E15 fuel, which contains 50 percent more ethanol than E10 fuel that's standard across the country. Now, with the administration thinking about facilitating E15 sales year-round, it's a good time to revisit some of the specific ways Keep reading →

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