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Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Tue Jan 21, 2014 04:09 PM CST

Some Tuesdays I don't know what I would do without Sen. Charles Grassley.

The Iowa Republican said Tuesday in a call with reporters that supporters of the RFS are still trying to marshal opposition to the EPA proposed reduction to the Renewable Fuels Standard. He cited Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad and the push to hold a daylong hearing Thursday in Des Moines despite no representation from the EPA.

"The Obama administration should have convened this hearing in Iowa as the congressional delegation and I think the governor as well asked them to do," he said. "But the Obama administration declined to do ...

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