In 2006, the New Mexico Legislature passed a bill requiring that every gallon of diesel fuel sold in the state contain 5 percent biodiesel, a type of renewable energy.

The measure was supposed to take effect for government agencies on July 1, 2010, and on July 1, 2012 for everyone else.

Seven years later, the law, known as the Petroleum Standards Products Act, has yet to go into effect, and there is a move in the current legislative session to repeal it.

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