June 11, 2018 by chandan.kumar
(Source: NBC News) Even if you don’t live there, most Americans’ lives have been improved by California’s environmental regulations. That’s because, since the 1970s, the federal government has allowed the state to set more stringent clean air regulations for cars than at the national level, and 13 other states to follow California’s lead. And, thus, by default, most car companies simply build and sell products that meet California’s more stringent regulations, allowing more people to benefit from cleaner air. President Trump’s EPA Administrator, Scott Pruitt, is going to try to change all that. Read full article…
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