WASHINGTON – The U.S. auto industry begins a full-court press on Capitol Hill today, pushing for the new presidential administration to ditch 30-year-old fuel-economy rules, if it decides to regulate tailpipe emissions, with a new national standard. “The bottom line is there is too much inefficiency in our fuel-efficiency (requirements),” Mike Stanton, president and CEO of the Association of International Automobile Manufacturers, says during an opening session of the annual Society of ...
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