Florida joins California in lawsuit against the EPA over new emissions rules
The EPA ruled that because the CO2 limits effectively regulate fuel efficiency, federal rules take precedence. The Supreme Court had previously ruled that the EPA had the authority to regulate CO2 emissions under the Clean Air Act which implies that the greenhouse gas emissions should be able to be regulated by California. The EPA has so far declined to impose any CO2 limits which prompted California to make a move.
[Source: State of Florida]
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