The EPA may shift corn away from ethanol use to reduce demand on drought-impacted farms.
Only months ago, the EPA was pressing hard to expand the use of ethanol in
the nation’s gasoline supply, but in the wake of this summer’s fierce
drought, the agency may soon reverse course and actually trim back
because of shortages of corn used to produce the renewable fuel.
Actually, it's late for this; it should've been done months ago.