23 Anti-Trump Governors Use ‘Global Warming’ to Fight Mileage Standards


WASHINGTON (AP) — California’s air pollution control boss says she’s open to compromise with the Trump administration over its efforts to relax mileage standards, as the bitter standoff threatens to unleash years of court fights and confusion in the U.S. auto industry.

Five months after President Donald Trump broke off talks with California, the lead state fighting to keep tougher, Obama-era mileage standards, Mary Nichols, chairwoman of the California Air Resources Board, told The Associated Press on Tuesday that the state would be willing to give ground if any final deal includes the needed cuts in climate-changing vehicle emissions.

“Now we still have the Trump administration refusing to bend — but they could change their mind,” Nichols said. “It’s not too late.”


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