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Biodiesel Advocates Fight Back
Jerry Hagstrom DTN Political Correspondent
Wed Jan 22, 2014 09:00 AM CST

SAN DIEGO (DTN) -- The biodiesel industry, angered by the EPA's proposal to cut back the biodiesel mandate under the Renewable Fuel Standard, is planning a major campaign to remind President Barack Obama that as a senator he co-sponsored the bill that created the standard that allowed the industry to grow.

"Sen. Obama's policy vision is now President Obama's law to implement," said National Biodiesel Board CEO Joe Jobe. "It is mission critical that we remind President Obama and his administration of his history with this law. We will have to do so loudly and with such volume that the ...

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