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California's ban on new internal combustion cars at a glance

It's not a complete ban — there's a carve-out for plug-in hybrids

California to ban gas cars by 2035

Plan first announced two years ago is expected to take effect Thursday

Tesla loses race bias lawsuit challenge to California Department of Civil Rights

Tesla claimed the agency is rushing to sue businesses without conducting full investigations

Tesla falsely advertised Autopilot, Full Self-Driving, says California DMV

Tesla 'made or disseminated statements that are untrue or misleading, and not based on facts'

California pilot program allows front license plate stickers

Finally, a way to skip awkward front plate mounting and looks

California joins Washington with gasoline superuser study

Bill targets getting low-income drivers who do big miles into EVs

California groundbreaking set for largest wildlife crossing

Will provide more room for animals encroached upon by urban sprawl

Tesla Full Self-Driving regulations under review in California

Tesla claims its technology isn't fully autonomous, but the state may disagree

California law will ban sale of new gas-powered lawn equipment

There are more than 16.7 million of these small engines in the state

Tesla Powerwall owners can sign up to help balance California's energy grid

The Tesla Virtual Powerplant beta will push power to the grid when it's stressed

GM agrees to California's tough standards for curbing car pollution

It had previously aligned with Trump to challenge those standards

California to ban sale of new gasoline-powered passenger vehicles in 2035

'This is the most impactful step our state can take to fight climate change'

Uber may be forced to shut down California ride services over new driver ruling

Judge granted request for injunction preventing independent contractor classification

Volvo working with California on more stringent emissions standards

It'll join Ford, BWM, Honda, VW in siding with states, not the EPA

Uber, Postmates sue to block 'unconstitutional' California gig worker law

Assembly Bill 5 was signed into law to protect workers from exploitation, supporters say

In a lawsuit filed in Los Angeles federal court on Monday, the companies and two app-based drivers said the law, which would make it harder for gig economy companies to qualify their workers as independent contractors rather than employees, was irrational, vague and incoherent. The office of California Attorney General Xavier Becerra said in a statement on Monday it was reviewing the complaint. The law was signed by California Governor Gavin Newsom in September and has garnered national attent

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