Automaker Split On State GHG Rules Leaves Harsh Critiques To Others

July 13, 2021
Traditional automakers that are split on whether to embrace state vehicle greenhouse gas programs are adopting a muted formal reaction to the Biden administration’s efforts to reaffirm them, calling for unified federal and state standards but largely declining to opine on whether the states should have federal permission to enforce their rules. As a result, full-throated legal critiques of the administration’s plan have been left to refiners, auto dealers and conservative groups that have long fought the state programs, while...

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