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GM recognizes California’s authority to set vehicle emissions rules -Breaking


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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – General Motors Co (NYSE:) on Sunday said it had agreed to recognize California’s authority to set vehicle emission standards under the Clean Air Act.

GM announced that this move makes Detroit automaker Eligible for California State Government Fleet Purchases.

In a letter addressed to Gavin Newsom, the automaker stated that it would recognize California’s authority. GM indicated in the letter its commitment to California’s regulations.

Soon after Joe Biden won the presidency, GM in November 2020 reacted and stopped supporting an attempt by Trump to stop California from setting its own emission rules.

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