WASHINGTON — A coalition of farm and food trade associations filed a lawsuit in federal court Tuesday to overturn the Environmental Protection Agency's recent decision to allow gasoline containing 15% ethanol (E15) to be sold for cars manufactured in the 2007 model year or later. The coalition, which includes Grocery Manufacturers Association here, said the expanded use of ethanol in gasoline could drive up corn prices. The suit argues that the EPA's action violates its authority under the ...
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