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Grasley points out consumer and fuel retailer selection legislation after SCOTUS rejects year-round E15 petition

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Grasley points out consumer and fuel retailer selection legislation after SCOTUS rejects year-round E15 petition

US Senators suggest that if you close the door at E15 all year round, Congress must act to open another door.

Iowa Republican Charles Ernest Grassley said he was disappointed that the Supreme Court decided not to accept Growth Energy’s petition to allow the sale of E15 throughout the year.

“So this gives me a bipartisan bill, a choice between consumers and fuel retailers. With this bill, fuel retailers across the country will see E15 and other high-blend fuels for 12 months a year. I can.”

Nebraska Republican Deb Fischer and Minnesota Democrat Amy Klobuchar have submitted the bill in response to a DC Circuit decision blocking the sale of the E15.

“So it looks like the Supreme Court doesn’t want it, and I hope Congress can act to resolve this issue.”

According to Grasley, the E15 is safe for almost every car and is more environmentally friendly than the E10, which can be sold year-round.



Grasley points out consumer and fuel retailer selection legislation after SCOTUS rejects year-round E15 petition

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