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Iowa Governor Repeats Support for Renewable Fuel

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DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) ó Gov. Terry Branstad is renewing a call to maintain the amount of ethanol in the nationís fuel supply, after a report that the Environmental Protection Agency may scale back proposed cuts to renewable fuel production.

Branstad issued his statement Friday. An EPA proposal for renewable fuel standards would reduce by almost 3 billion gallons the amounts of ethanol and other biofuels blended into gasoline in 2014 than the law requires.

The governorís comments came after Minnesota Sen. Al Franken said a discussion with a White House official led him to believe the EPA will reduce the cuts. He still expects an overall drop in renewable fuel quotas.

Iowa is the nationís leading producer of ethanol, a fuel additive primarily made from corn that produces lower carbon emissions than gasoline

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