EPA Says it Will Roll Back Fuel Efficiency Standards, Threatens California Rules

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Cars sit in miles-long traffic jam on southbound highway 101 on December 3, 2014 in Mill Valley, California.  (Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

The Environmental Protection Agency said Monday it may revoke the waiver that allows California to set its own, stricter vehicle emissions rules. The EPA also said it would eliminate landmark Obama-era fuel economy rules for cars and trucks. We'll discuss the Trump administration's move, which was widely anticipated.

Guests:
Julian Morris, vice president of research, Reason Foundation
Roland Hwang, managing director, climate and clean energy program, National Resources Defense Council

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