Texas was the first to tackle the Environmental Protection Agency, but was denied a request in 2008 to waive the Renewable Fuel Standard.
This time around the Barack Obama administration is even rejecting a United Nations leader who insists EPA should suspend ethanol requirements as foodshortages grow around the globe.
In August, Texas beat the Obama White House when a ruling from the U.S. Court of the Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit rejected the Environmental Protection Agency’s improper and illegal Cross-State Air Pollution Rule (CSAPR).
The Court reprimanded the EPA for their actions of issuing the CSPAR regulations.
Read more at Examiner.com. By Jack Dennis.
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