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Trump Defends Plan to Kill California’s Authority to Set Its Own Auto-Emissions Rules

NYTimes.com Wednesday, 18 September 2019
The administration's plan has been assailed by California officials and environmental advocates as an attack on states’ rights and on a major policy to fight climate change.
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As the Trump administration moved to strip California of its authority to set its own auto emissions standards, Environmental Protection Agency administrator Andrew Wheeler on Thursday said "no state has the authority to opt out of national fuel economy standards." Yahaira Jaquez reports.

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