EPA will turn over greenhouse gas documents to Congress

For almost two years, California has waited for the U.S. EPA to OK the state’s greenhouse gas standards. When the answer came back “no,” environmentally active politicians wanted to know why not. Officials with the Environmental Protection Agency said this week that they will turn over all documents related to the agency’s thwarting of California’s greenhouse gas emission law to Congress. The law would affect new cars and light trucks.


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