Actor Harrison Ford joined with the Senate’s General Aviation Caucus this week for a discussion of the government’s plan to move away from the use of leaded gasoline, and other issues. Ford, who has flown as an amateur pilot since he appeared in the presidential thriller Air Force One, owns planes that would be affected by a switch to more environmentally friendly fuel. Ford is not the only one, says Sen. Mike Johanns (R-Neb.). “The lead gasoline fuel issue is a huge issue,” he says. ...
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