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EPA set to roll back fuel-economy and auto-emissions standards: report

The Trump administration is preparing to roll back emissions and fuel-economy standards on vehicles, the New York Times reported past due Thursday. The Times said Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt had submitted a proposal of the plan to cut rules to the White House, and it is expected to be introduced within the coming days. Weakening clean-air and potency laws would be a major victory for the auto trade and would undermine considered one of former President Barack Obama's signature coverage achievements. Any rollback is prone to face felony challenges, specifically from California and 12 other states that have set their own stricter standards.