Exhaust wafts from a car tailpipe in this 2009 photo from Olympia, Washington. California, Washington and other states have adopted tailpipe emission rules stronger than the federal standard. Recent rhetoric from EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt has heightened fears the Trump administration may seek to block those states from implementing their standards.
Exhaust wafts from a car tailpipe in this 2009 photo from Olympia, Washington. California, Washington and other states have adopted tailpipe emission rules stronger than the federal standard. Recent rhetoric from EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt has heightened fears the Trump administration may seek to block those states from implementing their standards. Steve Bloom The Olympian
Exhaust wafts from a car tailpipe in this 2009 photo from Olympia, Washington. California, Washington and other states have adopted tailpipe emission rules stronger than the federal standard. Recent rhetoric from EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt has heightened fears the Trump administration may seek to block those states from implementing their standards. Steve Bloom The Olympian

Is Trump’s EPA chief bluffing? Or will he gut California’s tough emissions standards?

February 10, 2018 09:00 AM