By Evan Ramstad
Star Tribune

“‘The LCFS is, like ethanol itself, out of date,” the environmental groups wrote in that February letter, using an acronym for low-carbon fuel standard. “They have both been left behind by electrification.'”


“‘If we had tried to do this in Minnesota 10 years ago, I might have been supportive,” said Kathleen Schuler, policy director for Health Professionals for a Healthy Climate. She participated in the working group and then signed the letter opposing its recommendation. “Now, this policy hangs on to liquid fuels longer than we need to.'”

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