California's low-carbon fuel standard is against the intent of Congress to have Californians obtain U.S.-made ethanol and hinders the development of advanced ethanol feedstocks, according to the Renewable Fuels Association and Growth Energy. The groups, which filed a lawsuit against the California Air Resource Board regarding the LCFS, say that if California were "to succeed in discriminating against corn-based ethanol as the LCFS is currently structured to do," it could encourage other states to create patchwork regulations that would "greatly complicate the nation's fuel infrastructure."

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