Cody Cliff with the Caldwell County, Ky., FFA wore the costume of "Captain Cornelius" as Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon spoke in support of ethanol production as an economic stimulus for rural America. The National Corn Growers Association and its allies gathered in downtown Kansas City, Kan., to testify at an EPA hearing on reducing ethanol use mandates Congress set in 2007.
Cody Cliff with the Caldwell County, Ky., FFA wore the costume of "Captain Cornelius" as Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon spoke in support of ethanol production as an economic stimulus for rural America. The National Corn Growers Association and its allies gathered in downtown Kansas City, Kan., to testify at an EPA hearing on reducing ethanol use mandates Congress set in 2007. DAVID EULITT deulitt@kcstar.com
Cody Cliff with the Caldwell County, Ky., FFA wore the costume of "Captain Cornelius" as Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon spoke in support of ethanol production as an economic stimulus for rural America. The National Corn Growers Association and its allies gathered in downtown Kansas City, Kan., to testify at an EPA hearing on reducing ethanol use mandates Congress set in 2007. DAVID EULITT deulitt@kcstar.com

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