The RFA Annual In/Out List of 2019

With the benefit of hindsight, 2018 is now widely seen as a transformative year in both politics and ethanol.  So as 2018 comes to a close and we look back

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Scott Pruitt’s Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Ethanol Tour

Scott Pruitt’s Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Ethanol Tour It all started last weekend when word of his visit started to leak out and the ethanol and agriculture community began

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The List – 2018

Before there was a “What’s Trending” on Twitter or Facebook, indeed before there was a Facebook or Twitter, or even an internet, there was “The List” from The Washington Post,

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Happy Anniversary to the Original RFS

WASHINGTON – Twelve years ago today, I was in a canoe in the middle of Lake Winnipesaukee, N.H., celebrating the signing of the single most successful clean fuels policy in

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Three Charts Revealing Why Oil Companies Really Hate the RFS and E15

In a statement as predictable as the sunrise, the American Petroleum Institute (API) said yesterday that EPA’s proposal to slightly reduce 2018 RFS blending volumes “does not go far enough.”

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Consumers Aren’t Swallowing What the Chain Restaurants are Serving

The National Council of Chain Restaurants has once again trotted out the same tired misinformation to support its claims that the RFS is a failure — this time with an

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All Hands on Deck! Boaters Navigate Around Waves of Misinformation

This weekend marks the unofficial end of summer and millions of Americans will take to the nation’s highways and drive to unknown destinations. Millions of others will celebrate the long

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The Voice of the People

One of the hallmarks of our nation’s representative democracy is that its public institutions are charged with implementing policies that take the best interests of the American people into account.

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