House Votes Against EPA Truck Emissions Rule, Setting Up Biden Veto – IOTW Report

House Votes Against EPA Truck Emissions Rule, Setting Up Biden Veto

Epoch Times: The House voted on May 23 to overturn the Biden administration’s rule on heavy-duty vehicles’ tailpipe emissions, the latest knock against the president’s environmental agenda in a closely divided Congress and the forerunner to an expected Biden veto.

The short piece of legislation would roll back a rule submitted by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for trucks in December 2022.

The rule, which can be read here, “sets stronger emissions standards to further reduce air pollution, including pollutants that create ozone and particulate matter, from heavy-duty vehicles and engines starting in model year 2027,” according to the EPA.

Heavy-duty vehicles are those with a gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) above 8,500 pounds. Heavier light-duty pickup trucks such as the Ford F-250 and the Chevy Silverado 2500 have GVWRs that top out above that, as do even heavier pickups like the Ford F-350.
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7 Comments on House Votes Against EPA Truck Emissions Rule, Setting Up Biden Veto

  1. There should be a limit on the number of “rules” any one dept can make before they must get the vote of the people. This is kids stuff making up the game as you go along, and Karens are making up the rules.

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  2. I support this 100%. If everyone just buys my battery technology you will no longer need gasoline or natural gas,🤞. That Twittler glitch I swear will never ever happen nor will locking customers in my burning cars, 🤞🤞.

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