STATES TARGET LACK OF CLIMATE CHANGE STUDY IN LIGHT TRUCK CAFE RULE

December 1, 2005
Several state and local officials, who are involved in litigation to force the government to limit emissions blamed for climate change, are alleging that federal regulators failed to conduct an analysis of the climate change implications of the Bush administration's pending rule setting fuel efficiency standards for light trucks. The arguments, detailed in Nov. 22 comments on the proposed National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA) regulation, may be a prelude to additional legal action related to climate change. It...


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