I am sitting here and thinking about the socio economic implications of biofuels, and how one might get an attorney to litigate, which is especially hard in California. There have been everything from litigious services on car disposals (which you can read my excellent blog post down a little ways on car donation) and attorneys who have also talked about biofuels, the discussion for the day.
What is really interesting about these no fuels is that, thankfully, they haven't really been heavily regulated yet. Without the regulation, the biofuels haven't succeeded, which in terms of an Adam Smith invisible hand on the market, would essentially mean they aren't ready for prime time. Maybe a good thing, the governments' unwillingness to get involved, lest another malfeasance.
I will research this a little more, but it certainly raises questions if the government might regulate it. Subsidies is the worst thing we can afford right now and would be disastrous in a market that hasn't picked up yet.