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Day ahead – March 25, 2020: EPA declines to appeal SRE decision, COVID-19 guidance for restaurants, extension sought for milk rule comments

No action by the administration in the RFS waivers case; Restaurant group creates COVID-19 guide; Delay sought for commenting on ultra-filtered milk rule

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The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) does not appear to have appealed a 10th Circuit Court ruling that invalidated some small refinery exemptions (SREs) granted under the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS). Meanwhile, the National Restaurant Association (NRA) has created a new guide to help restaurants navigate coronavirus restrictions and dairy producers are asking the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to extend the comment period on a rule involving the use of ultra-filtered (UF) milk in cheesemaking.


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