Ewire: Elections might not resolve uncertainty over fate of EPA’s RFS

October 5, 2020
Former George W. Bush EPA air chief and an Obama-era Department of Justice (DOJ) environment division trial attorney say the upcoming 2020 elections for Congress and the presidency might not resolve uncertainty about the fate of EPA’s renewable fuel standard (RFS), predicting “more of the same” on complicated RFS policies. Robert Meyers, a partner at the law firm Crowell & Moring who previously served as head of EPA’s Office of Air & Radiation, and former DOJ attorney Elizabeth Dawson write...

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