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California wants more electric cars. The Trump administration doesn't. Automakers are in the hot seat

An intensifying clash between California and Washington over getting cleaner, more fuel-efficient vehicles on the road has put auto companies in a bind as they contemplate what cars they should be rolling onto showroom floors. The signals to automakers couldn’t conflict more: California, with the...
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