RFA Asks Obama to Reconsider EPA Proposal to Reduce Ethanol Blending Requirements
Thu, 08 May 2014 10:16:24 CDT
Today, RFA joined with other leaders of America's renewable fuel industry in sending a letter urging President Obama to reconsider a proposal by his Administration to reduce the renewable content of gasoline and diesel fuel. Just this week, the President released the National Climate Assessment and issued a call to action on climate change - a problem that would be worsened unless the Administration changes its approach to renewable fuels.
The letter is available online at EthanolRFA.org.
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