California Air Resources Board
Trump officials set to meet California air regulators next weekMay 18
U.S. moves forward with revised fuel economy targetsMay 15
The Trump administration is moving ahead with plans to submit a series of options for easing fuel efficiency standards to the White House for approval in the coming week, two officials briefed on the matter say.
Automakers seek to use Trump summit to avert war with CaliforniaMay 11
Calif. pension plan urged to divest automakers that skirt emissions rulesApril 24
A group of congressional Democrats representing California urged the state's pension system to divest stock from any automaker that follows the Trump administration's plan to relax light-vehicle emissions standards.
CARB's Nichols isn't going to stop for TrumpApril 12
California: Emissions deal with EPA could be doableApril 10
FCA, U.S. talks advance over emissions settlementApril 10
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is in advanced settlement talks with the Justice Department and California Air Resources Board over accusations that the company illegally used software that led to excess emissions in 104,000 diesel vehicles sold since 2014, a court-appointed adviser said.
California now a battleground stateApril 9
Increasing sales of ZEVs beyond CaliforniaApril 9
EPA poised to roll back Obama-era mpg targetsMarch 29
The EPA is expected to use a Virginia car dealership on Tuesday as the setting to formally reject the Obama administration's landmark fuel efficiency rules for light vehicles, a move that could put automakers in the middle of a battle between the Trump administration and California.
California said to be preparing to retaliate if Trump cuts emissions rulesMarch 27
As the Trump administration begins to dismantle Barack Obama's ambitious auto efficiency regulations, California is said to be poised to retaliate by doing something that automakers have feared: de-coupling the state's rules with those set in Washington.
Moves on CAFE could just bring uncertaintyMarch 23
The Trump administration finally will tip its hand this week about how it intends to treat fuel efficiency rules in place for early next decade, but clear answers on potential changes likely will take several months.