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EPA Downplays Emissions Hike From Auto GHG Plan, But Faces Doubts

August 10, 2018
The Trump administration is acknowledging its plan to roll back vehicle greenhouse gas and fuel economy standards will boost emissions of conventional air pollutants that cause local health effects but argues such increases are modest, even as some are concerned the plan could make it more difficult for some areas to meet national air standards. While many state and other observers are still assessing the proposal's impacts, some are already raising the possibility that it could underestimate conventional pollution increases...


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