Corn Producers Could Be Impacted by Policy Changes

Corn Producers Could Be Impacted by Policy Changes

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Renewable fuel policy changes could impact corn producers. Renewable fuel policy changes could impact corn producers.

April 9, 2018

President Trump will review a list of potential changes to the nation's renewable fuel laws at a cabinet meeting with Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue and EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt this morning. The two are expected to present a range of options, including a cap on the price of RINS (Renewable Identification Numbers) which are used as credits for compliance and the lifting of  seasonal restrictions on sales E-15.

The National Corn Growers Association is encouraging its members to participate in a Twitter Townhall using the #RFSWorks.  Organizers are encouraging users to tweet at the president, their members of congress and administrator Pruitt with messages supporting ethanol.

Get more information on the NCGA's campaign to support ethanol.

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