All you need is a rumor to freak out California’s elected leaders.
The Trump administration could move at any time to revoke California’s right to impose stricter auto emissions standards than the federal government does, and the state’s senators are already mounting a fight.
Congressional sources are hearing conflicting information on whether and when the Environmental Protection Agency will revoke California’s waiver.
Initially the EPA action appeared imminent, but now there is some uncertainty.
Read the whole story in the Sacramento Bee