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CEA’s Chris Ventura looks at the true cost of Minnesota’s proposed Clean Transportation Standard and how families can expect to see their gas bills increase by $425, or more, per year if this plan is enacted.

Evan Ramstad’s recent column “Ethanol movement on shakier ground” provided an excellent overview of the Clean Transportation Standard being debated in St. Paul, even broaching the topic of what this would cost Minnesotans — something that supporters of this policy have failed to do.


As Ramstad noted, “Missing from the working group’s discussion was the potential price at the pump of a special Minnesota gasoline.”

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