EPA set to revoke California’s authority to set vehicle standards

EPA set to revoke California’s authority to set vehicle standards

The Trump administration is set to revoke California’s authority to set auto mileage standards. Free-market groups have been asked to attend a formal announcement of the rollback set for Wednesday at the Environmental Protection Agency headquarters in Washington.

Timothy
Timothy
porcus
porcus 6 months

This seems like an infringement on State's rights. I don't think I am in favor of it.

The Civic Nationalist
The Civic Nationalist 6 months

Smog laws ruined cars for decades, but now days CA CARB makes tuning aggravating; Gotta find CARB legal parts unless you want to wrench before and after smog inspections. Don't even get me started on the CHP's statist crap over pipes.

Andy Rondeau
Andy Rondeau 6 months

Good. California is dangerously close to becoming a failed state by First-World standards. That state government has proven that it should not be setting standards for ANYTHING.

Foofie Dumplings
Foofie Dumplings 6 months

Comrade Trump is expanding his executive powers! I approve of his Stalinism.

IIZard
IIZard 6 months

Ban the wall? Why should he support you?

Miles O'Brien
Miles O'Brien 6 months

The EPA cannot overrule state emission standards. They can only set national standards as they relate to federal facilities. California can just tax vehicles that don't meet the state standards through vehicle licences. Want to buy a car that doesn't meet them? Fine, your tag will cost you $200 a month.

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