EPA wants to make your cars dirtier and more expensive to drive

Ethan Elkind writes for ColoradoBoulevard.net, April 3, 2018

If EPA is successful in rolling back these standards, the agency will undermine the fight against climate change, increase toxic air pollution and attendant public health impacts, cost drivers money in terms of having to buy more gasoline for the same amount of driving, and diminish U.S. automaker competitiveness with international rivals who fully embrace more fuel-efficient and zero-emission vehicles.