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Bill repealing ethanol requirement is back despite law change that passed in 2012 session

Ethanol-free gas for sale in Eastpoint on Dec. 5. State law was amended last year to allow the sale of unblended gasoline but a requirement that producers blend 10 percent ethanol into gasoline remains on the book. Photo Credit: Bruce Ritchie

A bill that would repeal a state requirement that gasoline contain ethanol has been filed again.

Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fort Walton Beach, filed HB 4001 last week. The bill repeals the Florida Renewable Fuel Standard Act of 2008 requiring that gasoline contain 9 to 10 percent ethanol.

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