First Shift: Automakers take case to new EPA bossFeb. 22
Automakers urge new EPA chief to withdraw Obama CO2 rulesFeb. 21
A trade association representing GM, Toyota, Volkswagen and nine other automakers on Tuesday asked new EPA's new chief to withdraw an Obama administration decision to lock in vehicle emission rules through 2025.
First Shift: Safest vehicles on U.S. roadsDec. 8, 2016
Automakers reach out to Trump on regulation, seek review of fuel efficiency mandatesNov. 10, 2016
Automakers are seizing on the infancy of President-elect Donald Trump's administration to mount a push to ease regulatory headaches faced under President Obama. The Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers proposed that the new administration pause a key step in the ongoing midterm evaluation of fuel economy and greenhouse rules.
Republicans defend carbon credits as incentive for auto safetyOct. 21, 2015
House Republicans today defended an industry-backed legislative proposal that would award automakers credits against federal pollution standards for adopting advanced collision-avoidance technology in cars and other light vehicles.