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The Trump administration just announced it would roll back the Obama administration’s clean car standards that sought to double fuel economy by 2025. Not only that, it plans to challenge the right of states like California to set stronger standards to protect communities from toxic vehicle emissions. Today, 13 states and the District of Columbia follow these standards, resulting in cleaner air for their 113 million residents.The transportation sector recently surpassed the power sector as the largest source of carbon pollution. That makes reducing pollution from motor vehicles a key component of improving air quality and addressing climate change.The Obama administration put cleaner cars in the fast lane, now the Trump administration is trying to slam on the brakes.Take Action: Demand the Trump administration stop its assault on clean cars!
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