California Accelerates Toward Zero-Emission Vehicle Standards That Will Save Lives, Save Money, Create Jobs
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California just moved further down the road toward cleaner cars and vital air pollution reductions.
The state’s Air Resources Board hosted a public workshop on the development of its Advanced Clean Cars II (ACC II) program last week, where it announced that it intends to propose multipollutant standards that will ensure all new cars sold in California are zero-emitting vehicles by 2035.
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