WASHINGTON, April 24 (Reuters) - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Tuesday agreed to consider a California request to limit greenhouse gas emissions from vehicles, a plan that has been on hold for more than a year. EPA Administrator Stephen Johnson said the decision to take up California's request was a consequence of the April 2 U.S. Supreme Court ruling that found the agency has the power to treat climate-warming gases as pollutants and regulate them accordingly. Speaking at ...
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