(Recasts) By Leonard Anderson SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 23 (Reuters) - California pollution regulators conducted a review on Thursday of a far-reaching proposal to order the automobile industry to cut greenhouse gas emissions from new cars and trucks sold in the state. The California Air Resources Board heard from a long parade of witnesses supporting and attacking the plan in a day-long hearing in Los Angeles that will continue into Friday. Backers and opponents expect the emission cuts ...
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