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In Michigan, there has been an uptick in hope for the state becoming a hub for ethanol production.  Farmers who grow corn were smiling as were the people building new ethanol plants. 

Now the United Laboratories is removing its certification from pumps that provide the fuel for cars.  Detroit Free Press story this morning leaves the impression that the future for ethanol is on hold for now.

Is this just a temporary glitch that can be surmounted?  Or will this put the new fuel on hold for a long time?

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