The Environmental Protection Agency grants California the authority to regulate tailpipe emissions standards on new vehicles sold in the state, a largely procedural ruling given the combined federal fuel-economy and carbon-dioxide emission rules set last month. The EPA says in a statement today it gives California this authority based on the “seriousness of the state’s air-pollution challenges.” The authority begins with the current model year. However, California and other states ...
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