Consumers Union Calls for EPA Economy Targets to Stay High

By Evan Williams A Consumers Union spokesman is going to the EPA midterm review hearings today, saying that Americans want better fuel economy and that the EPA’s cost of improved economy might be 40 percent too high.
The Consumers Union, the policy and lobbying side of Consumer Reports, sent spokesperson Jack Barnett to speak at today’s EPA hearing on reopening fuel economy targets from 2021 to 2025. Last March, President Trump ordered a review of fuel economy standards, and as part of that the EPA is having just a single public hearing for consumers, automakers, and state regulators to have a say.
The Consumers Union

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