By John Crawley WASHINGTON, Jan 27 (Reuters) - Automakers and their allies have stepped up lobbying to convince states that a proposal by California to cut tailpipe emissions sharply to fight global warming could further depress the struggling U.S. industry. There is concern among General Motors Corp , Ford Motor Co , Chrysler LLC -- and supporters in Congress and at state level -- that the California initiative may survive court challenges and possibly be adopted by New York, ...
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