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Washington, D.C.– Today, the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) joined the Main Street Energy Alliance (MSEA) to stand up for small businesses and consumers across America.

“We are grateful the USHCC is joining the fight to oppose moving the point of obligation because small business owners and employees across America can’t afford harmful economic policies and higher fuel prices,” said Michael Steel, a spokesman for MSEA.

Representing more than 30 energy companies and trade associations, including fuel retailers and biofuel producers, MSEA is urging the Administration to resist the calls of a few special interests to alter the point of obligation requirement under the Renewable Fuel Standard
(RFS).

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