Automakers, oil companies and environmentalists all were holding their collective breath last week as the U.S. Office of Management and Budget moved closer to releasing the most comprehensive set of automotive emissions rules since 1990's amendments to the Clean Air Act. Initially the announcement was due last Tuesday (April 27). Instead, reports late last week indicated President Clinton would make the announcement on Saturday (May 1). Once released, extensive public hearings will be held ...

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