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As one of the largest corn-producing states in the Union, the state government of Nebraska feels compelled to run its vehicles on ethanol blends. However, when the price of the fuels skyrocketed recently, a memo went out to the state's vehicle-using employees to run whatever was cheapest cost-per-mile-wise, E85 or E10. Meanwhile, the state's cops, who are exempt from the ethanol edicts, saved $22,000 by running straight gasoline. We're still not convinced, Nebraska.

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State cars use E10 no matter what the price [Lincoln Journal-Star]

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Report: Corn, Soybeans? Not So Much, Scientists Bullish On Other Biofuel Supplies [Internal]

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