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Todd Neeley DTN Staff Reporter
Thu Sep 19, 2013 07:21 AM CDT

Oil company executives aren't the only industry representatives in Washington this week pushing for a repeal of the Renewable Fuel Standard, as a national group representing chain restaurants spent the day Wednesday meeting with members of Congress.

The Renewable Fuels Association was quick to point out in a news release Wednesday that the lobbying effort is underway although Fuels America released new polling numbers showing a majority of people believe fast food restaurants should support renewable fuels, "and that oil and gasoline are the real factors behind food prices," RFA said in a statement.

Bob Dinneen, president and chief executive ...

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