Architects of California’s push to regulate vehicle greenhouse gases will tell the Environmental Protection Agency in a hearing in Washington today they are not interested in a single national emissions standard. Proponents also are expected to demand the Obama Admin. make any future taxpayer-funded assistance for Detroit auto makers contingent on their compliance with the stricter California mandate. “(The auto makers) have to be on board,” car-dealer Adam Lee says Wednesday in a ...

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