This is a crucial moment for the future of renewable fuels in America.
We have just one more day while the Environmental Protection Agency takes public comments as it considers a request to "waive" the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS).
If the RFS is put on hold, so is the American economy. So is our country's steady march toward renewable fuels. So are billions in investments and hundreds of thousands of jobs in America's rural communities.
Make your voice heard before the October 11 deadline. Tell the EPA how valuable the Renewable Fuel Standard is to your community.
The EPA is taking public comments on this waiver request for only a few more days, so this is your only chance to influence this decision.
We've provided talking points and a sample letter to make it easy to make your voice he ard, but your comment will have the biggest impact if you use specific examples from your state and local community to show how important the RFS is to you.
By speaking out, you will be helping protect a program that has played a pivotal role in reducing oil imports to the lowest levels since 1996, lowering gas prices, improving air quality, and strengthening the economic health of rural America.
Send a comment now to the EPA in support of the RFS:
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