RE: yeah...provide the link
The report showed continued strength in homebuilding, which rose at an annual rate of 14.2 percent. And government spending expanded at an annual rate 3.5 percent, marking its first positive contribution to overall economic growth in two years. The increase was driven by a big jump in defense spending.
Defense spending, meanwhile, surged nearly 13% in the third quarter after falling in the prior three quarters. Military spending is usually more spread out and such gains cannot expect to be repeated. Defense accounted for 0.6 percentage points of third-quarter growth.
RE:that your other post just reported as being voted on to restrict it now.
YES...You're right............ It WAS voted on..and REJECTED, Restrictions on biofuels were rejected....So biofuels are OK.