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Tue Oct 29, 2013 09:09 AM CDT

STREATOR, Ill. (DTN) -- The American Automobile Association on Friday, Oct. 25, urged the Environmental Protection Agency to lower the amount of ethanol required to be blended into gasoline for 2014 as required under the Renewable Fuel Standard.

More realistic targets would protect drivers by preventing a possible surge in gas prices or the increased use of potentially damaging E15 gasoline, AAA said.

"It is just not possible to blend the amount of ethanol required by current law given recent declines in fuel consumption, and it is time for public policy to acknowledge this reality," said Bob Darbelnet, president and ...

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