EPA, California Float Major Emissions Cheating Settlement With Daimler

September 14, 2020
EPA, the Department of Justice (DOJ) and California officials have reached a $1.5 billion settlement with automaker Daimler to address emissions cheating in Mercedes-Benz diesel vehicles in what Trump administration officials are calling one of the largest Clean Air Act settlements in history. Top administration officials including EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler and Deputy Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen made the Sept. 14 announcement that the parties have submitted a proposed consent decree to the U.S. District Court for the District of...


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