Who Has More Control Over EPA?

Big Oil or Big Ag?

(From Reuters)

EPA acting administrator Andrew Wheeler rejected a proposal from his staff that would have reduced the ambition of the nation’s biofuel policy over the next three years, arguing the targeted range it included for annual ethanol consumption was too low, according to two sources familiar with the matter.

The decision, made in December as part of the EPA’s effort to reset targets set by Congress in 2007 closer to market reality, has become a source of concern among the oil industry’s Republican legislative backers, some of whom have threatened to withhold support for Wheeler’s confirmation as permanent EPA head over his views on ethanol.

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