General Motors Corp. and cross-town rival Chrysler LLC voice support for legislation passed last night in the U.S. House of Representatives authorizing $14 billion to the struggling auto makers, despite language in the bill that could lead to costly state-by-state emissions standards. The new House bill could compel the Detroit Three to adhere to a so-called “patchwork” of regulations the auto makers repeatedly have fought against in the courts. California wants a waiver on the Clean ...
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