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Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Thu Jul 18, 2013 04:17 PM CDT

The fight over the future of the Renewable Fuels Standard shouldn't be held on Capitol Hill.

The fight also shouldn't be dictated by a trade association representing companies with profits such as $11.6 billion in 2012 for BP or $44.9 billion for Exxon Mobil, (just shy of its 2008 record or $45.2 billion). I feel like this is a good place to insert some lyric from the Pink Floyd song, "Money."

"Money, get back. I'm alright Jack. Keep your hands off my stack."

The fate of the RFS shouldn't be in the hands of people who took about $35 million ...

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