The state of California releases its proposal for reducing tailpipe emissions for 2017-2025, a program closely following formalized national rules revealed Wednesday but one that puts a greater onus on auto makers to sell more zero-emissions vehicles. “This package assures the development of environmentally superior cars that will continue to deliver the performance, utility and safety vehicle owners have come to expect,” California Air Resources Board Chairman Mary Nichols says in a ...

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