Group Sues CARB Over ZEV Rule, Claiming Civil Rights, Procedure Flaws

November 21, 2022
A group advocating for greater housing supply and against California’s climate policies is launching litigation in federal court to overturn the state’s landmark updated zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) sales mandate, charging the rule violates minorities’ civil rights and breaks state procedural and environmental laws. The challenge from the group known as The Two Hundred for Homeownership also briefly cites the Supreme Court’s summer ruling in West Virginia v. EPA that curbed that agency’s power plant greenhouse gas regulatory authority under...

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