By the U.S. Department of Justice. HIGHLAND, Kan. — The Justice Department announced today a settlement agreement with Highland Community College (HCC) in Kansas to resolve the department’s investigation into allegations that Black students, primarily student-athletes, living on HCC’s main campus experienced discriminatory treatment... Read More.
The president and CEO of CountryMark says liquid fuels shouldn’t be counted out as energy transition and carbon reduction policies are shaped to address climate challenges. Brownfield spoke with Matt Smorch during the recent Indiana Climate Summit. “Liquid fuels are still a viable part of... Read More.
Lawmakers are attempting to terminate the Waters of the United States rule. A repeal of the Biden administration’s updated WOTUS rule through a resolution of disapproval was passed earlier this year, but it was vetoed by President Joe Biden. Lawmakers couldn’t get the votes... Read More.
A bipartisan group of US Representatives is asking the Biden administration to address Brazil’s unfair trading policies impacting American ethanol. Ed Hubbard, general counsel and vice president for government affairs with the Renewable Fuels Association, says Brazil imposed tariffs in February and that’s... Read More.