Government shutdown would curtail auto regulators, but not NAFTA talksJan. 19
U.S., California regulators meet to weigh mpg rulesJan. 8
EPA a fan of Toyota's leannessDec. 18, 2017
The Environmental Protection Agency could hire Toyota Motor North America's non-profit consulting arm to help improve administrative efficiency, but public interest groups say the arrangement poses a conflict of interest because the automaker is a regulated entity.
Why is this catalytic converter supplier smiling?Nov. 20, 2017
Coercion is not the American wayOct. 30, 2017
Regarding “Industry should speak up against Pruitt,” Oct. 16: Does Krishnan M. Anantharaman forget that many of the things Scott Pruitt is undoing were implemented during the Obama administration improperly and, in some cases, illegally.
Ford, VW pressured by green groups to defend CAFE standardsOct. 25, 2017
Senate panel advances nominee for EPA air officeOct. 25, 2017
Industry should speak up against PruittOct. 16, 2017
Trump pick no stranger to EPA air officeOct. 9, 2017
'17 diesel Rams are finally on dealer lotsOct. 7, 2017
EPA review: Whose facts will prevail?Oct. 1, 2017
The auto industry says it just wants a fair process that includes the most accurate, up-to-date models, data and assumptions. But EPA critics see a broader assault on scientific principles underpinning federal environmental policy.
California sets demands for emissions talks with automakers, White HouseSept. 22, 2017
California may reopen discussions on its greenhouse gas limits for cars and trucks for 2025, so long as automakers and the Trump administration embrace significantly tougher targets the state is seeking for later years.