Consumers can expect higher prices with latest EPA rejection of states requests

Texas was the first to tackle the Environmental Protection Agency, but was denied a request in 2008 to waive the Renewable Fuel Standard.

Now the second wave of rejections from EPAwent to eight governors and almost 200 Congressional members Friday supports more use of corn-based ethanol in gasoline.

This time around the Barack Obama administration is even rejecting a United Nations leader who insists EPA should suspend ethanol requirements as foodshortages grow around the globe.

In August, Texas beat the Obama White House when a ruling from the U.S. Court of the Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit rejected the Environmental Protection Agency’s improper and illegal Cross-State Air Pollution Rule (CSAPR).

The Court reprimanded the EPA for their actions of issuing the CSPAR regulations.

Read more at By Jack Dennis.

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  1. Dan Stewart says:

    Get rid of this nazi, commie, socialist muslim who is hell bent on the destruction of the US.

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