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    Don’t Let EPA Put the Brakes on Cleaner Cars

     

    Clean car standards help keep our air clean, fight climate change, and save us money at the pump.

    But the Environmental Protection Agency just announced plans to weaken vehicle emissions and fuel economy standards for American cars and trucks. And just as bad, the agency also plans to stop states from California to Rhode Island from setting their own ambitious standards for cleaner cars and electric vehicles.

    Who wins? Big Polluters.

    Who loses? The rest of us.

    Less efficient cars mean dirtier cars dumping more and more pollution into the air we breathe. It means American families spending more and more of their paycheck at the pump just to get to work, take their kids to school, or live their lives.

    The majority of Americans are united in this: We want cleaner cars. It’s time for EPA to protect Americans’ health – not oil company profits. Add your name now.

    Dear Acting EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler,

    Clean car standards help keep our air clean, fight climate change, and save us money at the pump.

    I strongly oppose any attempt to roll back clean cars standards – and any infringement on the longstanding authority of states to protect their citizens from air pollution when federal standards aren’t protective enough. Americans deserve clean air. Undermining these achievable, successful, and commonsense standards will allow automakers to manufacture dirtier cars that pollute the air and harm our health.

    We shouldn’t be rolling back safeguards that protect Americans in the name of oil company profits.

    Sincerely,

     
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