MinnPost staff Well, worth a try. MPR’s Elizabeth Dunbar reports: “Minnesota and other states are weighing their options as the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency plans to weaken vehicle emission standards. … The efficiency rules, known as Corporate Average Fuel Economy or CAFE, were created during the Obama administration. President Trump's EPA says they're a burden on American automakers and would make cars and trucks more expensive. But they could also put a significant dent in future greenhouse gas emissions. … ‘These vehicle emission standards are a broad tool that help reduce air pollution from vehicles. Vehicles are the No. 1 source of air pollution in Minnesota,’ Minnesota Pollution Control Agency Commissioner John Linc...
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Minnesota PCA, transportation commissioners send letter to EPA defending Obama-era vehicle emission standards