Daily Digest: Trump administration’s rollback on Clean Car Standards causes concern July 23, 2020
Iowa Public Radio News (Jul 23, 3:31 pm)
The Trump administration finalized the rollback in March with a new rule. Fuel economy standards would increase by 1.5 percent each year, which is less strict than the Obama-era standards of 5 percent. Maureen McCue with the Iowa chapter of Physicians for Social Responsibility called the rollback dangerous, unhealthy and destructive.
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