More governors asking EPA to waive ethanol mandate

The governors of North Carolina and Arkansas joined their Northeast peers on Tuesday in asking the federal government to temporarily suspend the ethanol quota, piling pressure on President Barack Obama to make a tough choice months before the election. Governors Mike Beebe from Arkansas and Beverly Purdue from North Carolina sent the requests in letters to the Environmental Protection Agency. Beebe and Purdue join a growing movement, both at home and abroad, calling for a suspension of the U.S. Click here to read more at the Chicago Tribune…

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