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IRFA executive director Monte Shaw (left) and Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig (right) discuss harm done to ethanol industry if additional small refinery exemptions are granted by EPA during a press conference at the Southwest Iowa Renewable Energy ethanol plant on April 17, 2019.

Administration asked to defend RFS

Biofuels leaders say approval of 2018 small refinery exemptions would irreversibly undermine RFS.

It’s not too late for the Trump Administration to make good on its promise to protect the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS): This was the message delivered by Iowa agriculture secretary Mike Naig and Iowa Renewable Fuels Assn. executive director Monte Shaw.

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