SAN FRANCISCO, June 23 (Reuters) - Oregon air quality regulators have adopted rules based on California's tough standards to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from cars and trucks. The five-member Oregon Environmental Quality Commission on Thursday unanimously approved the rules to join neighbors California and Washington state with common emission standards. Last September, California air regulators adopted the first rules in the United States to reduce vehicle emissions linked to global ...
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