National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has blocked California from setting its own rules for how much pollution can come from cars and trucks.
By Adam Beam, Associated Press
President Trump has announced that states will no longer be able to set their own fuel mileage and emissions standards, as they previously were empowered to do. California, for example, had an agreement with several automakers for voluntary adherence to…
The Environmental Protection Agency announced Monday that the previous administration's rules on auto fuel economy go too far. Under the Obama-era standards, gas mileage would have doubled in new vehicles by 2025. Judy Woodruff learns more from Amy Harder of…
By PBS NewsHour
Under the plan, VW owners can either choose to have the emissions systems repaired for free or have the company buy back the vehicles.
By Michael Biesecker and Tom Krishner, Associated Press
The Environmental Protection Agency held a public hearing in Sacramento, Calif., on Wednesday to review California's bid to pass a law restricting car emissions beyond the federal level. California and EPA officials discuss the bid.
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