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|Branstad, Reynolds applaud Legislature for passing resolutions supporting RFS|
|News Releases - Agribusiness|
|Written by Office of the Governor of the State of Iowa|
|Thursday, 16 January 2014 13:55|
Resolutions pass following Gov. Branstad’s call for swift, bipartisan action in support of renewable fuels
(DES MOINES) – Gov. Terry Branstad and Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds today released statements applauding the Iowa Legislature for passing resolutions in support of a strong Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS). The Legislature’s action comes two days after Gov. Branstad called for swift, bipartisan action in support of the RFS in his Condition of the State Address.
“I am pleased the Iowa Legislature has joined Lieutenant Governor Reynolds and me, and the entire Iowa Congressional Delegation, in support of a robust Renewable Fuels Standard,” said Branstad. “I’m encouraged that the Legislature agrees that this rule proposed by the EPA would be devastating to the agriculture and renewable fuel sector of the economy. Together, we’ll keep fighting to protect the RFS.”
Gov. Branstad, Lt. Gov. Reynolds, Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey and the entire Iowa Congressional Delegation are hosting a hearing, “Hearing in the Heartland: Supporting the Renewable Fuels Standard,” on the proposed EPA rule Thursday, January 23, 2014. More information on the hearing can be found on by visiting the governor’s website.
“Iowans understand how important a strong Renewable Fuels Standard is to our state’s economy,” said Reynolds. “I applaud the Iowa Legislature for moving quickly and decisively in support of the RFS. It’s clear Iowans are in favor of lower-cost choices at the pump, diversifying our nation’s energy portfolio, reducing harmful transportation emissions, supporting the growth of the economy, and reducing our dependence on overseas oil.”
Gov. Branstad called on the Legislature to act during his Condition of the State Address Tuesday, January 14, 2014:
My friends, Iowa faces another challenge where we can come together again and rally around what is best for our state. The EPA has proposed reducing the level of biofuels outlined in the Renewable Fuels Standard (RFS).
If this rule is adopted, it would be a devastating setback to the agriculture sector of the Iowa economy.
The proposed rule comes at a time when our state continues to implement new pioneering policies encouraging growth and innovation in the renewable energy sector.
In a partnership with Iowa State University, we launched the “Fueling Our Future” program last October, which will bring Iowa to the forefront in the use of E30 fuel.
This new program is a reflection of the importance of further advancing the renewable fuels industry, and how the RFS is helping to create important Iowa jobs.
The RFS has led to a cleaner environment, opened the markets for Iowa corn and soybeans and reduced our nation’s dependence on foreign oil. Thousands of Americans are coming together to support the RFS.
We will be holding a public hearing later this month to give Iowans the opportunity to voice their concerns with the EPA’s proposal. Lt. Governor Reynolds and I are pleased the entire Iowa Congressional Delegation and Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey have agreed to co-host this important forum.
Today, I call on the General Assembly, as its first order of business, in bipartisan fashion, to pass a resolution in support of maintaining a robust Renewable Fuels Standard.
The resolutions from the Iowa House and Iowa Senate can be found here:
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