EPA urges compromise between makers, Northeast states on emission standards

Henry, Jim
May 1994
Automotive News;5/9/1994, Vol. 68 Issue 5550, p4
Trade Publication
Discusses the idea that other states might be allowed to rewrite California's emissions standards and force automakers to meet different standards. Northeastern states' request that they be allowed to adopt a modified version of California's rules; Counterproposal by General Motors Corp., Chrysler Crop. and Ford Motor Co.; Decision deadline faced by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). INSET: Glossary...


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