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California’s Air Resources Board votes to move forward with stricter emissions standards for cars and trucks, setting up a potential legal battle with the Trump administration.
Trump, backing industry over environmental concerns, says curbing emissions rules will help stimulate auto manufacturing, but California can write its own standards because of a waiver in the Clean Air Act, giving the state major sway over the auto industry; 12 other states, including New York and Pennsylvania, follow California’s standards, in a group that covers more than a third of the U.S. vehicle market.
The emissions standards would require automakers to nearly double the average fuel economy of new cars and trucks by 2025 to 54.5 mpg; today’s vote, which affirms the higher standards through 2025, amounts to a public rejection of Trump’s plans.
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