Trump’s Mileage-Standard Rollback Will Cost Consumers and the Climate, Say Analysts

MarketWatch cites Senior Fellow Marlo Lewis on CAFE standards:

Competitive Enterprise Institute’s Marlo Lewis has commented that when Congress created the CAFE program in 1970s — when new cars were required to average all of 18 miles per gallon — it specially forbade states from adopting their own stronger rules because this would greatly increase the costs of compliance to manufacturers.

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