A court filing by a coalition of special-interest groups opposing newly enacted auto industry regulations to reduce carbon-dioxide emissions and increase fuel economy is denied, likely removing any impediment to the historic standards. A Washington appeals court Tuesday rejected the filing by the groups, which consisted mostly of states and energy and manufacturing lobbyists fearing their businesses could face similar regulatory action by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The ...

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