June 22 (Reuters) - Republican presidential candidate John McCain will lay out measures on Monday to support the use of lower-emission vehicles, ranging from tougher fines for auto makers to a $300 million prize for the development of a new car battery. Here are points the Arizona senator makes in his speech: CAFE STANDARDS McCain says some car companies do not follow CAFE (Corporate Average Fuel Economy) fuel efficiency standards because the fines for not complying are too low. McCain ...
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