President Donald Trump released his proposed budget for fiscal 2018, which cuts Environmental Protection Agency funding.
WASHINGTON — The law that requires a rising level of ethanol to be blended into the fuel supply won’t get repealed, but the timing could be right for it to be amended.
Boating United has received nearly 2,000 signatures on a petition in response to the record-high ethanol mandate the EPA set in November.
The EPA contacted nine boatbuilders that operate in several locations as a result of the lawsuit.
The report says states are forced to implement more federal environmental programs with less money from federal sources.
The EPA released what the NMMA said is an important testing method that could benefit boaters and marinas.
The State of Virginia requested an exemption from the EPA Reformulated Gasoline Program in order to sell ethanol-free gasoline.
A new Competitive Enterprise Institute report makes the case for repealing the federal biofuels mandate.
The NMMA will be part of a group discussing the impact of the ethanol increase proposed by the EPA.
Executive order directs all state agencies to buy gasoline blended with 5 percent or less ethanol when it’s comparably priced to higher blends.