Bipartisan House Coalition Joins White House, RFA in Demanding Level Playing Field with Brazil

With just two weeks remaining before Brazil is likely to impose a tariff of at least 20 percent on all fuel ethanol imports from the United States, a bipartisan coalition

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RFA Supports White House Consideration of Reciprocal Tariffs on Imports of Brazilian Ethanol

The Renewable Fuels Association today expressed its support for President Trump’s announcement Monday that his administration is considering reciprocal tariffs on fuel ethanol imports from Brazil. The country’s existing tariff

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RFA Thanks House Members for Opposing Gap-Year Refinery Waivers

The Renewable Fuels Association today thanked a bipartisan group of 32 Members of the U.S. House of Representatives for calling on President Trump to reject so-called “gap-year” refinery exemptions under

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RFA Calls on President to Reject Refinery Waivers

In an open letter to President Trump timed to today’s anniversary of his appearance at an Iowa ethanol plant, the Renewable Fuels Association called on him to reject attempts to

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RFA Thanks Bipartisan Group of 44 Representatives for Defending RFS

The Renewable Fuels Association today thanked 44 members of the House of Representatives for urging President Trump to “stand with our farmers and rural economies during this challenging time and

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RFA Thanks Senators for Letter to President Defending Renewable Fuel Standard

The Renewable Fuels Association today thanked a bipartisan group of 24 U.S. senators, led by Sens. Tina Smith, Joni Ernst, Debbie Stabenow and Chuck Grassley, for sending a letter to

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Now’s the Time to Fight for the Ethanol Industry

With the Senate returning to work in Washington this week and the House to follow soon, the Renewable Fuels Association is calling on all grassroots supporters of the renewable fuels

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Renewable Fuels Coalition Launches Campaign Calling for EPA Not to Appeal 10th Circuit Decision

With the need for a decision only days away, the coalition that successfully won a unanimous court decision against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency continued its call for the agency

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