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Indiana carbon sequestration bill passes

On its third attempt through the Indiana General Assembly, Wabash Valley Resources has gained approval of state legislators to grant it the ability to inject carbon dioxide deep underground near West Terre Haute, as well as produce anhydrous ammonia.

In a 30-18 vote, the Indiana Senate cleared the legislation Tuesday. “It is done and now we are waiting on the governor to sign” the bill into law, said state Sen. Jon Ford, R-Terre Haute, who authored the bill along with Sen. Mark Messmer, R-Jasper.

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