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Giving drivers a choice of fuels will put more money in their pockets, create millions of jobs and protect the U.S. economy from oil shocks.
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Giving drivers the fuel choice will reduce greenhouse-gas emissions and cut pollution that causes asthma and other illnesses.
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Our addiction to oil sends billions of dollars overseas and forces our sons and daughters to fight in faraway places to secure the flow of oil.
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Fuel choice will spur innovation and economic investment around the world, as well as promote democracy and equality in developing nations.
Fuel Freedom will reduce the cost of driving your car or truck by forcing gasoline to compete with other fuels. Competition will energize the economy, strengthen our national security, and reduce emissions that harm the environment and our health.
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EPA delays decision on whether to reduce ethanol in gas

The federal government's new threshold for the amount of ethanol…
November 21, 2014/by Fuel Freedom Staff
Economy, Over a Barrel Blog

By health check or economic necessity: A tale of two oil industries and their response to illness

By John Hofmeister and Marshall Kaplan A bad cold starts with…
November 21, 2014/by Fuel Freedom Staff
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U.S., Saudi Arabia, Flags, Oil

Are the United States and Saudi Arabia Conspiring to Keep Oil Prices Down?

As my colleague Jordan Weissmann wrote Tuesday, there are a number…
November 20, 2014/by Fuel Freedom Staff
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Oil, ethanol groups say EPA delay hurting their industries

U.S. ethanol producers and the oil industry responsible for mixing…
November 20, 2014/by Fuel Freedom Staff
Economy, Over a Barrel Blog

Religion, structural changes in the oil Industry and the price of oil and gasoline

Americans — in light of the decline in oil and gas prices —…
November 20, 2014/by Marshall Kaplan
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NYT: Keystone vote solved nothing, provided no new insights

The U.S. Senate failed, by one vote (as some observers predicted),…
November 19, 2014/by Fuel Freedom Staff
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Yossie Hollander, Dennis Prager on PUMP

Dennis Prager interviews Yossie Hollander on "PUMP The Movie…
November 19, 2014/by Fuel Freedom Staff
Economy, What's The Buzz
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Redlands to offer CNG /LNG fueling stations in town

Residents and businesses in need of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG)…
November 18, 2014/by Fuel Freedom Staff
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"We imagine a world filled with vehicles that would diminish our dependence on oil and reduce harm to the environment." - Akio Toyoda, President and CEO of Toyota Motor Corporation

Toyota USA recently announced production of its new fuel cell vehicle ahead of this week's LA Auto Show. The Mirai boasts a range of 300 miles and zero emissions. Hydrogen, electric, flex fuel, let them all compete and let the market decide. What would you choose?
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Did you know that both liquid gasoline and motor vehicle exhaust contain chemicals that can cause cancer? Alternative fuels such as electricity, natural gas, fuel cells, ethanol, methanol and propane, have the potential to produce less air pollution than gasoline or diesel fuel.

Do you know if you have fuel choice? Which alternative fuel - electric, CNG, LNG, fuel cell, ethanol, methanol or propane - is most easily accessible for you to choose? Tell us in the comments.

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