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Rival Fuel-Makers Unite In Opposing Biden’s Electric-Car Push

  • Renewable fuel producers join Valero unit in court challenge
  • EPA rule governs release of carbon dioxide from car tailpipes
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The gasoline industry and alternative fuel makers, frequent foes, put aside their differences for court challenges to a Biden administration rule imposing limits on automobile greenhouse-gas emissions.

Renewable fuel advocates and at least one oil refiner joined together Monday saying they’d asked a federal appeals court in Washington to review the Environmental Protection Agency standards, which promise to boost the sale of electric vehicles and could shrink the market for liquid fuels, whether made of petroleum or plants.