White House weighs big cuts to mpg rulesFeb. 10
The Trump administration is looking at ways to reduce future fuel economy standards for automobiles in a move to appease carmakers, who have asked to ease future targets put in place under President Obama.
Auto emissions rules help spur reinvestment in manufacturing, advocates sayJan. 30
EPA official says fuel economy review will be data-drivenJan. 25
Automakers question Calif. zero-emission mandate as feds reassess mpg rulesDec. 12, 2017
Ford, VW pressured by green groups to defend CAFE standardsOct. 25, 2017
Industry should speak up against PruittOct. 16, 2017
Automakers, citing costs, consumer demand, say mpg standards unrealisticOct. 6, 2017
Automotive trade groups told federal regulators they should revise light-vehicle fuel efficiency mandates approved in the final weeks of the Obama administration because the costs would be onerous and the standards do not reflect how cheap gas prices are affecting consumer demand.
54.5 mpg deserves a fair reviewOct. 9, 2017
States sue Trump administration over delayed fuel-economy finesSept. 11, 2017
Environmental groups sue U.S. over delayed fines for gas guzzlersSept. 7, 2017
Three environmental groups filed suit against the federal government Thursday for delaying the rollout of higher “gas-guzzler” penalties for automakers that produce new vehicles that fail to meet minimum fuel-economy standards.