Boating Matters
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Tell Congress: Stop year-round E15 sales!

President Trump has officially moved to allow E15 gasoline sales year-round. This action will needlessly put 142 million American boaters at risk.
 
As you're aware, small engines - like those in boats, lawn mowers, and motorcycles - can only use fuel with 10% ethanol or lower. Anything higher, like E15, destroys these engines.
 
Fortunately, there's still time for Congress to step in and stop this dangerous proposal - but they will only do so if they hear from you.
 
Sending messages on Twitter is a great way to cut through the noise. Plus, it only takes a few seconds.
 
Tweet at your members of Congress today and tell them to stop the E15 sales expansion!

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