Facebook Twitter Home Indiana Agriculture News Report: Trump to Deny RFS Gap Waivers By NAFB News Service – Sep 9, 2020 Report: Trump to Deny RFS Gap Waivers Facebook Twitter SHARE SHARE Previous articleBig Gap Between What Consumers Pay and What Farmers GetNext articleAgrIInstitute Program Aimed at Helping Curb Rural Suicide Risk NAFB News Service Ethanol and corn producers applaud a report by Reuters that President Trump will deny pending retroactive biofuel waivers.The National Corn Growers Association, Renewable Fuels Association, National Farmers Union and American Coalition for Ethanol jointly welcomed the news report.A joint statement reads, “it is our hope that EPA swiftly acts upon the President’s directive and closes the door once and for all on the refiners’ brazen attempt to rewrite history.”The report comes the same week an effort led by Growth Energy, including more than 90 stakeholders, urged the president to deny the so-called gap waivers. Ethanol industry supporters say the gap year waivers are intended to circumvent a Tenth Circuit Court’s decision against three granted waivers.Meanwhile, the groups denounced CVR Refining and HollyFrontier Corporation’s last-minute request, filed on September 4, for the U.S. Supreme Court to review the Tenth Circuit Court’s ruling.NCGA, RFA, NFU and ACE were the four petitioners in the successful Tenth Circuit Court case.
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Loading… England defender Kyle Walker’s ex has branded him a “fool” over his secret love child with a model, and declared: “It’s over.”Advertisement His devastated sweetheart and long-term partner Annie Kilner, 27, called him “gutless” after he broke the news over the phone.She also laid into “homewrecker” Walker for romping with her pal Lauryn, also 29.Brave Annie told a friend: “He’s a fool for risking his family for this. When he told me I was heartbroken. I also felt physically sick. All the air in your body leaves you.“My world completely caved in on me in that second.“It was the worst-case scenario, the one thing I dreaded most but knew was possible, given his track record with women.“I couldn’t believe what I was hearing. Not only had he cheated on me but she was pregnant with his baby.”The £150,000-a-week defender confessed all to model Annie a month ago — as revealed in The Sun on Sunday.Annie has told pals her relationship with Kyle is over‘HE’S A FOOL’Her friend revealed that Walker said to Annie: “I have to tell you something. There’s a girl saying she’s pregnant with my baby.”“He has not been home since, nor seen Annie to explain further. Instead Walker is living in an £8,000-a-week city centre flat.Annie, who has three young sons with him, has told pals their relationship is over.They had tried to patch things up last April after reality star and model Laura Brown claimed to have slept with him numerous times after meeting in a Manchester club in September 2018.Laura messaged Annie about the trysts after spotting a Mother’s Day message he had sent to her.When Annie sought evidence Laura, 30 — who starred in TV’s Ex On The Beach — forwarded a selfie Walker had given her showing him at home and told how they romped in his £200,000 Bentley.Annie told the friend: “I was on holiday at the time. I was devastated by what had happened. I couldn’t believe he had done it.‘DISAPPOINTED AND DEEPLY SAD’“Lauryn and I had already met on a night out a few months before and were good friends.“She was regularly in touch. She knew Kyle and I were going through a rough patch because of what he’d done with Laura.“She was very sympathetic and encouraged me to confide in her. I’d thought about leaving him at the time but couldn’t do it.“By the time I returned home from holiday, Kyle was nowhere to be seen. He’d done a runner.“I put my feelings to one side again, as I always have done, and did my very best to rebuild things with the support of my friends.“Kyle’s answer to it all was to arrange a ‘make or break’ holiday.“He genuinely thought the break away was all that was needed to mend things.“I was trying so hard to move on for our family and all along he’d done it again — with her. We were working through the first mess and were back together when it was suddenly revealed Lauryn was expecting his baby.”Walker confessed all just hours before we revealed that Lauryn was expecting the baby of a mystery Premier League star.Lauryn, older sister of 2015 Celebrity Big Brother housemate Chloe Goodman, later confirmed the pregnancy on Instagram, calling it her “little miracle”.She then named Walker — who was caught texting Playboy model Carla Howe during Euro 2016 — as the dad.Annie told the friend: “He rang me and told me over the phone. I haven’t seen him since. I’m speechless by it all but I’m strong and I’ll recover from this. I’m disappointed and deeply sad.“My focus now is on my children. They are, and always will be, my priority. We’ll get through this and I’ll come out the other end.”Walker met Annie when she was 16 and he was an 18-year-old at his hometown club Sheffield United.Model Lauryn Goodman is expecting Kyle’s baby in April‘LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT’She said: “We met on a night out in Sheffield and hit it off straight away. It was love at first sight.“We were inseparable. It was amazing. We were both young and had the world at our feet. Kyle was doing well but was grounded. He knew what he wanted and worked hard for it.“He hadn’t reached the heights he has today so was humble and we bounced off one another.“As soon as we met we knew this was it. We talked about kids, becoming a family. It was everything I ever dreamed of.“I supported him all the way. Like most Wags I moved around the country as he signed for clubs.“I was always there for him, making a home for us and doing all I could to help him reach his true potential.“That’s all you ever really want for the person you love. You want them to do well and be the best they can.“There were a few bumps but we worked through things and I genuinely thought it would last forever.”At the 2018 World Cup, she was pictured cheering on the Three Lions with Rebekah Vardy, wife of striker Jamie.Annie and Walker gave an interview to OK! magazine in which she revealed she would like to try for another baby.She said: “I really want a little girl. I love my boys but I’d like a daughter as I’m outnumbered in this house.”She told the friend: “In the end I was taken for granted by Kyle. I’d put up with his cheating before so he assumed I’d never leave. He wanted it all his way.”The friend said Annie is working on launching an acting career.The Sun on Sunday understands ex-fashion boss Lauryn found out she was pregnant in November during a routine trip to hospital to have a scan on a kidney problem.It means the baby was conceived last July. Lauryn, from Sussex, is now preparing for the April birth.She is being supported by Chloe, also due to have a baby with QPR footballer Grant Hall.Lauryn said specialists had warned her she would never be able to conceive naturally because she suffered from endometriosis and polycystic ovary syndrome.She said: “I was told I would have to have IVF. I was put into an early menopause at 27.Read Also: Jesus strikes as Man City edge past Iheanacho’s Leicester“It was the hardest thing to hear, being told you cannot fall pregnant in a way nature has intended.“With that in mind, although my situation is not ideal given my medical circumstances, having a baby naturally is the biggest miracle and blessing I could’ve been given. I am thankful everyday.”We approached Annie to comment directly but she declined.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享
Ronald Koeman has no interest in the reception Adam Lallana, Rickie Lambert and Dejan Lovren will receive on their St Mary’s return as the Southampton manager’s sole focus is on beating Liverpool. Press Association The spectre of those returns have understandably dominated the build-up to Sunday’s match, but it is not something Koeman is interested in. “It’s not my question, my question is to prepare the team for the Sunday game,” the Saints boss said. “I don’t talk about players who are coming back to the club where they played last season, because then I can talk every week about a player who comes back to Southampton. “Lallana is a very good player, doing well in Liverpool. He chose to change the club after a good opportunity and nothing else. “It is Southampton against Liverpool, not Southampton against some players who played last season for Southampton.” Friday’s pre-match press conference saw Koeman come closer than any time during his Saints reign to losing his cool as a journalist peppered him with questions about the returning triumvirate. The Dutchman told the reporter to “ask me about Southampton” and, as he became increasingly irked, asked: “You’re the agent of Lovren and Lallana? Why that kind of questions all the time?” After eight questions on the subject, the head of media intervened in a bid to move matters onto Southampton’s current squad. “You think I am thinking about losing a game? No way,” Koeman said. “I am thinking of winning the game. I am not negative thinking. “I’m surprised they have four points less than we have and to come closer to us they have to win. If they don’t win, they don’t come closer.” Southampton’s chances of keeping Liverpool at bay are boosted by the return of Morgan Schneiderlin, Shane Long and Matt Targett on Sunday. There will still be a number of absentees at St Mary’s, though, with the suspended Ryan Bertrand joining Toby Alderweireld, Emmanuel Mayuka and Jay Rodriguez on the sidelines. The latter has not played for 321 days after rupturing an anterior cruciate ligament last season, with some talk of a March return. “It’s a long way now for Jay and if it happens in March we are very happy,” Koeman said. “If it happens in April we will see but at the moment not because he needs more time.” Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has criticised Mario Balotelli’s work rate and told him to step up his contribution. Rodgers gave his full backing to striker Balotelli over the penalty furore which blew up in the 1-0 win over Besiktas in the Europa League. He supported the Italy international stepping in front of Jordan Henderson, captain on the night and designated pre-match taker, even if it looked unseemly at the time. But when it came to Balotelli’s overall effort during his substitute appearance, Rodgers was unimpressed. Rodgers responded “No, not really no”, when asked if he was satisfied with the 24-year-old’s stint against the Turkish side, which lasted half an hour. Rodgers said: “We need to ensure that whatever level of the game we are playing at we have everyone working as a team and once we got the penalty he stops working. “So he needs to improve on that facet of his game to play in his position, rather than standing on the side of the football field.” Rodgers, speaking to national newspapers, said of Balotelli: “He has contributed against Besiktas, he has got the penalty and scored the goal but that is what he is paid to do. “He needs to keep that efficiency in his game and show that he can affect the team whether he is asked to play from the bench or from the start. In a different country and a different style of football that (goal) would be all that matters but in this team there is more to it than that.” Injured captain Steven Gerrard, as a guest television pundit, called Balotelli “mischievous” and “disrespectful” for taking on penalty duties. Rodgers said Balotelli – who has scored 27 out of 29 from the spot in his career – was following the long-established order agreed earlier in the season. “There has probably been a lot more of a drama been made out of it than it actually was,” said the Reds boss. “With the players who were initially on the pitch last night Jordan was our nominated taker. “But if Jordan and Steven and Mario are on the pitch at the same time we would normally have Steven and Mario as the penalty-takers. “History shows he (Balotelli) has scored nearly 30 penalties in big games so he is an outstanding penalty-taker, but none of them were on (at the start) so you have to nominate someone. “Jordan was happy enough to take it but he gave it to Mario.” Raheem Sterling is pushing for a start after his successful return from a foot injury in midweek but Gerrard misses out again with a hamstring problem. The trio were key protagonists in last summer’s unparalleled talent drain from the Saints as they swapped the south coast for Merseyside at a reported combined cost of £49million. Lallana, Lambert and Lovren have enjoyed differing levels of success since moving to Anfield and will receive receptions of varying warmth upon their first visit to Southampton since departing.