ICGA Applauds Action to Expand Ethanol Opportunities


Today, the Iowa Corn Growers Association (ICGA) welcomes the introduction of HSB 594.  This bill, proposed by Governor Reynolds, will create more access for drivers to homegrown, cleaner burning E15 while expanding markets for Iowa’s corn farmers.

ICGA President Lance Lillibridge made the following statement.

“A top priority for Iowa’s corn farmers is market access and availability of corn-based ethanol, including E15, here in Iowa and around the world. The Iowa Corn Growers Association (ICGA) thanks Governor Reynolds for her leadership to make Iowa not only the largest corn and ethanol producing state, but also a leader in using homegrown, clean burning ethanol. ICGA will be proactive and continue working on this bill to see it to the finish line and increase opportunities for Iowans to select higher blends of ethanol at the pump.”

For More Information:

Shannon Textor, Director of Communications, stextor@iowacorn.org , 515-225-9242 

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