The case is expected to be on the Supreme Court docket in April. Renewable Fuels Association President and CEO Geoff Cooper is surprised and disappointed in this latest development. “This has been a huge issue for our industry; that’s why we brought the original challenge. We’re going to continue to stand up for renewable fuel producers and the farmers that supply our industry. They have been harmed by the granting of these waivers.” Cooper says the Tenth Circuit Court got this issue right the first time, with a ruling that was consistent with the Clean Air Act and the intent of Congress.
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