The EPA has concluded that another Obama Climate Reg was just too aggressive for its own good

The EPA has concluded that another Obama Climate Reg was just too aggressive for its own good. If you drive a car, you should be grateful that this one is going to get recalled, otherwise, you would probably be driving a vehicle that had a manual pedal power assist. The only way to get the fuel mileage needed by 2025 would be for you to get out and push it uphill, so to speak. Here is how you are dodging another bullet thanks to President Trump.

As Written and Reported By Michael Bastach for the Daily Caller:

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will revise Obama-era greenhouse gas emissions regulations on cars and light duty trucks, deeming them too aggressive for automakers to meet by 2025.

EPA has a draft decision on revising fuel efficiency regulations, two people familiar with the matter told Bloomberg. A third source familiar with the matter confirmed this to The Daily Caller News Foundation.

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt began reviewing the 2012 fuel efficiency regulation in 2017, which required the U.S. car fleet to get 54.5 miles per gallon by 2025. EPA finalized the rule in conjunction with the Transportation Department as part of the Obama administration’s climate agenda.

Corporate Average Fuel Economy, or CAFE, standards were first put in place in the 1970s as a result of the Arab oil embargo. Though initially put in to save energy, the Obama administration turned them into another way to fight global warming.

The Obama EPA argued their standards would cut 540 million metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions and cut oil use by 1.2 billion barrels. The previous administration said the standards would help meet Paris climate accord goals and save consumers ……


EPA To Overturn Another Obama Climate Reg | The Daily Caller

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