The Energy 202: Reagan Fought For California’s Right To Require Tough Fuel Standards. Trump Might Try To Reverse It.

In separate cases in Vermont and California, where two different Chrysler dealers had challenged California's emissions limits, judges concluded that the state was allowed to impose its own standards, given the fact that it had received a waiver from EPA. "Congress has consistently acknowledged interplay and overlap between emissions reductions regulations and fuel economic regulations, and could not have intended that an EPA-approved emissions reduction regulation did not have the force of a federal regulation," Judge William Sessions III wrote in Green Mountain Chrysler Plymouth Dodge v. Crombie.

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Reagan fought for California's right to require tough fuel standards. Trump might try to reverse it.
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