AG POLICY NEWS
Tue Apr 22, 2014 02:51 PM CDT

OMAHA (DTN) -- With potentially just weeks to go before the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency could announce a final decision on the renewable fuel standard, U.S. ethanol and agriculture interests Tuesday launched a television and digital advertising campaign to counter months of national advertising by the U.S. oil industry attacking ethanol.

The Fuels America coalition announced what it calls the "Oil Rigged" campaign that includes the purchase of a 30-second television advertisement to air on cable for the next two weeks along with a website, oilrigged.com.

Just last week, Charles T. Drevna, executive vice president of the National Petrochemical and ...

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