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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Carlton Carroll
"Our major concern is that ever-increasing biofuel mandates under the Renewable Fuel Standard could harm consumers and damage their automobiles while potentially creating supply shortages," said Carlton Carroll, a spokesman for the American Petroleum Institute, a Washington-based trade group. "A growing chorus of concerned groups is urging reform and repeal the before the mandate can put consumers in harm's way. This is not a battle of one industry against another. It's a battle against bad public policy."
Carlton Carroll, a spokesman for the American Petroleum Institute, a lobbying group for the oil and gas industry, pointed out that many companies started developing the equipment to limit methane and other pollution before the EPA rule.