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Biden's administration to launch a pivotal clean car rule

Biden's administration to launch a pivotal clean car rule

The Biden administration is poised to introduce regulation aiming to drastically cut emissions from cars and accelerate the shift to electric vehicles.

Jean Chemnick and Mike Lee report for POLITICO.

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auto emissions rollback trump politics climate
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Wheeler’s staff shows the clean cars rollback is a disaster

According to two new bombshell articles this week, EPA staff experts had as many concerns about the Trump administration's rollback of clean car standards as those of us on the outside have.

Why Greater Minnesota lawmakers aren’t thrilled about the state’s new ‘Clean Cars’ rules
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Why Greater Minnesota lawmakers aren’t thrilled about the state’s new ‘Clean Cars’ rules

Skeptical lawmakers in both parties ripped the proposal as misguided, particularly for rural Minnesota.
Trump makes U-turn on fuel economy standards
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Trump makes U-turn on fuel economy standards

Trump is backing off a controversial freeze of fuel economy standards, marking a dramatic shift in his rollback of Obama-era clean car rules, according to a person familiar with the matter.

Blame game defines contentious 5-hour hearing
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Blame game defines contentious 5-hour hearing

Trump administration officials sparred with lawmakers yesterday over the rollback of Obama-era clean car standards.
Trump administration to alter rollback over HFC concerns
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Trump administration to alter rollback over HFC concerns

The Trump administration is altering its rollback of Obama-era clean car rules in response to concerns from the air-conditioning and refrigeration industry.

The rollback that automakers don't want
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The rollback that automakers don't want

The White House last month urged automakers to publicly support its rollback of Obama-era clean car rules, but so far, not one automaker has issued a statement of support. That begs the questions: If the automakers don't want the rollback, who does? And how did things get to this point?
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