OK Energy Today

About two dozen conservative groups are asking President Trump to go ahead and waive the controversial biofuel blending requirements fought by at least one small Oklahoma refinery and others.

The groups sent the President a letter this week pitching their request against the Renewable Fuel Standard for the rest of this year.

Twenty-three groups signed the letter and argued the decline in gasoline consumption because of the coronavirus pandemic only makes the 15 billion gallon blending requirement impossible to meet…

The following is a list of the conservative groups that signed and sent the letter to the President.

Americans for Prosperity
ALEC Action
American Commitment
American Energy Alliance
American Legislative Exchange Council
Americans for Tax Reform
Center for Freedom and Prosperity
Center for the Study of Carbon Dioxide and Global Change
Citizens Against Government Waste
Competitive Enterprise Institute
Eagle Forum
Energy and Environment Legal Institute
Ethan Allen Institute
Heartland Institute
Heritage Action for America
Institute for Liberty
The Mackinac Center for Public Policy
Rio Grande Foundation
Taxpayers Protection Alliance
Tea Party Patriots
Texas Public Policy Foundation
60 Plus Association

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