Congress Introduces Bills to End Corn Ethanol Mandate

DON’T DELAY! Please contact your members of Congress to request support for H.R. 5212 and S. 2519.  Use the following button to identify your Congressional officials. Choose only “Federal” under the menu “Select the level you wish to search” to be directed to the lawmaker’s contact information. Reach out to your Senators and District Representative on these bills:

You may use the following points in your message:

  • Ethanol can cause metal corrosion and dissolve certain plastics and rubbers, especially in older vehicles that were not constructed with ethanol-compatible materials.
  • H.R. 5212/S. 2519 phases out corn ethanol mandates under the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) and caps the amount of ethanol that is blended into our gas supply at 9.7%. 
  • H.R. 5212/S. 2519 would reduce E15 gas sales in order to meet artificially high mandates under the RFS.
  • The bills protect older vehicles from the risks posed by E15.

Overview: Legislation (H.R. 5212/S. 2519) has been introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate to cap the amount of ethanol that’s required to be blended into the U.S. fuel supply at 9.7%. The bills phase out the federal government’s ethanol mandates by reducing the amount of corn ethanol blended into gasoline by 2 billion gallons a year until the mandate is eliminated in 2030. The EPA has turned to sales of E15 (15% ethanol blended into gasoline) to achieve the law’s artificial mandate.  Ethanol, especially in higher concentrations such as E15, can cause damage to older vehicles. 





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