Ending billions of dollars in ethanol subsidies should allow the market to determine if the product is viable, a Mackinac Center spokesman told WEYI TV25.

“It doesn’t make sense for them to be shut out of the market if they have a product that works,” Michael Jahr, vice president for communications, told the station. “The problem is, right now it doesn’t.”

For more commentary on ethanol from Mackinac Center analysts, see here, here and here.

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