Like most red-blooded Americans, Idahoans love to grill whether it's charcoal or propane, there's nothing better than steak, chicken, hot dogs, hamburgers, even vegetables on a grill. However, a move by the federal government and some deep blue states could cause our beloved propane powered grills to go the way of the telephone operator.
It's good that the fictional character Hank Hill didn't live during these unique times. The lead character in King of the Hill was the king of propane. He sold propane, loved propane, and propane was a big topic of the thirty-minute weekly cartoon show.
However, if some big states get their way along with Joe Biden, the days of propane being sold in America could be over. ￼
President Biden has stated that he wants America off of fossil fuels including propane. Several states across the country have begun to embrace his philosophy. Other states like California have passed legislation that will ban the use of propane can.
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