Blogging For Biofuels

What The Candidates Say : Rep. Jeanne Poppe

  • Thursday, 23 October 2014 00:00

Today, we share with you Rep. Jeanne Poppe's views on biofuels. Poppe is currently the committee chair of the agriculture policy committee in the Minnesota House of Representatives. She is running for re-election for district 27B.

What The Candidates Say : Joe Perske

  • Wednesday, 22 October 2014 00:00

Joe Perske is running for the U.S. Representative seat for Minnesota's Sixth Congressional District against Tom Emmer in the upcoming mid-term elections (the seat is currently occupied by Rep. Michelle Bachmann). Here are his responses to our questions on biofuels.

What The Candidates Say : Sharon Sund

  • Tuesday, 21 October 2014 00:00

In the fourth part of our focus on what the candidates say about biofuels, we focus on Sharon Sund who is running against Rep. Erik Paulsen for Minnesota's third congressional district.

Rep. Collin Peterson, who is running for re-election for Minnesota's 7th Congressional District, is the focus of our latest post on what the candidates say about biofuels. 

What The Candidates Say : Mike McFadden

  • Friday, 17 October 2014 00:00

In the second part of our What The Candidates Say series, we bring you Mike McFadden's views on the biofuel industry. McFadden is running against Sen. Al Franken for one of Minnesota's two U.S. Senate seats.

What The Candidates Say : Sen. Al Franken

  • Thursday, 16 October 2014 00:00

With the mid-term elections looming on the horizon, we decided to ask several candidates running for office (or re-election) their thoughts and views on biofuels.  The candidates were selected based on their current committee positions at the federal and state levels.  In the run-up until Nov 4, we will feature their answers right here in Blogging For Biofuels. Kickstarting this series are answers from Sen. Al Franken.

The oil industry would have you believe that fracking is the way to cheaper gas prices. Not so, according to a new report by the Wall Street Journal.

Frac-Sand Mine Operation In Wisconsin Shut Down

  • Wednesday, 08 October 2014 00:00

A frac-sand mine, which provides the main ingredient in hydraulic fracturing, in Wisconsin has been shut down for dumping polluted wastewater, the Star Tribune reports.