RFS hearing draws hundreds

RFS hearing draws hundreds

Majority of attendees speak in favor of strong RFS and its positive impact on rural economy.

HUNDREDS converged in Kansas City, Kan., on June 25 for a national public hearing in front of Environmental Protection Agency administrators regarding the agency's proposed rule that sets volume levels for the renewable fuel standard (RFS) for 2014, 2015 and 2016 and biodiesel volumes for 2017.

Notable attendees included Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad, Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon and Iowa secretary of agriculture Bill Northey, along with representatives of r

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