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Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Wed Jan 16, 2013 02:24 PM CST

As Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack talks about the waning political clout of rural America, the battle over the Renewable Fuels Standard is just beginning to test that clout.

The American Petroleum Institute announced a "all hands on deck" advertising campaign to go after the Renewable Fuels Standard , arguing that scrapping the RFS is the best way to strengthen the country's domestic refining industry for petroleum, according to articles reporting on a press conference API held on Tuesday.

Growth Energy responded Wednesday that "Big Oil" is doing everything it can to protect the oil industry's market for gasoline. "While they often pay ...

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