A bill in California to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from cars and trucks stalls in the state Assembly, after auto manufacturers launch a last-minute advertising campaign pressuring law makers to vote against the measure.(see related story: California’s CO2 Limits to Spark Social, Technical Debate) Assembly woman Fran Favley, D-Santa Monica, sponsored the bill and decided to delay a vote because of the ad blitz and lobbying push. She says she hopes to reintroduce it in August near the ...
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