(Recasts, adds details, background) By Leonard Anderson SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 24 (Reuters) - California air-quality regulators on Friday adopted the nation's first-ever rules to reduce car emissions linked to global warming, an action likely to prompt tough pollution standards in other states and a legal challenge by the auto industry. The new rules require automakers to cut emissions of carbon dioxide and other gases in cars and trucks by as much as 25 percent beginning with the 2009 ...
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