As Electric Cars Shift Into Mainstream, The Corn Belt Begins To Ponder A Post-Ethanol Future

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Each year, about 40 percent of the corn grown in the United States is turned into ethanol for gasoline. But the demand to reduce fossil fuel emissions has drivers cutting out gasoline altogether by turning to electric cars.

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