In April, the Florida House voted 77-39 and Senate voted 33-1 in favor of HB 4001, a bill to repeal the Florida Renewable Fuel Standard Act by July 1. The bill is currently sitting on the governor’s desk. Biofuel trade associations and Florida biofuels companies are urging Governor Scott to veto the bill, saying the bill would cause biofuels investment to move out of the state. Governor Scott has not said if he will sign the bill into law. Florida’s renewable fuels standard was put into effect in late December 2010 and requires that fuel for on-road vehicles contain 9 to 10 percent ethanol.