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Trump administration begins process to weaken environmental standards for freight trailers

The Trump administration plans to revisit greenhouse gas emissions and efficiency standards for freight trucks just months before the standards are scheduled to take effect, a decision environmental groups view as yet another capitulation by the administration to industry demands. The Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Transportation announced on Thursday formal steps to
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