ALTHOUGH CALIFORNIA has drastically scaled-back a zero-emissions vehicle (ZEV) regulation that would have forced large-scale sales of electric, zero-emitting vehicles, General Motors Corp. nonetheless says it has filed suit to force the state to review the remaining provisions of the ZEV mandate. GM says it filed suit after the state's powerful Air Resources Board (CARB) denied a petition for a hearing “on several key consumer and technical issues posed by the electric vehicle mandate.” GM ...

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