Ricketts fights against energy and environmental policy
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Pete Ricketts and six other senators joined together in introducing an act to limit the Environmental Protection Agency from issuing Clean Air Act waivers for state policies seeking to ban or otherwise limit the sale of internal combustion engines.
According to Ricketts’ Office, the Preserving Choice in Vehicles Act would maintain consumer choice and competition in the automotive markets to give Americans access to reliable and affordable vehicles.
This past March, the EPA granted California two waivers that would lead to the implementation of more stringent medium and heavy-duty emission standards than what is currently federally mandated.
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