Democrats urge EPA to finalize strong vehicle GHG rule

November 8, 2021
Dozens of Democrats in the House and Senate are pressing EPA to finalize strict vehicle greenhouse gas standards out to model year 2026, while minimizing “loopholes” including “unnecessary emissions credits” that automakers could use to ease compliance. The pitch in a Nov. 5 letter comes roughly a month after the formal end of the comment period on EPA’s proposed regulation to tighten near-term GHG limits, even as the agency eyes a longer-term rulemaking on the issue. But it also coincides...

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