Another unintended consequence of government intervention

Without federal meddling (subsidies and mandates for the production and use of ethanol) more land would be used to grow corn — not just in the US but also in countries like Guatemala. In this piece, Hans Bader of CEI observes that as a result, many Guatemalan children are badly undernourished — among other harmful unintended consequences.

 

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