President Bush is calling on the U.S. departments of transportation, agriculture and energy and the Environmental Protection Agency to work together in developing stricter regulations to increase vehicle fuel efficiency and reduce tailpipe emissions. The executive order is in response to a Supreme Court ruling last month declaring carbon dioxide and greenhouse gases as air pollutants under the Clean Air Act and empowering the EPA to regulate vehicle emissions. The court finding was seen ...

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