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CARB Meeting May Highlight Efforts To Finesse Battle On Vehicle GHG Rules

California regulators will meet next week to consider a rule that would allow them to continue enforcing strict vehicle greenhouse gas standards that the Trump administration plans to roll back, though the meeting is being closely watched for signs of whether they seek to avert a clash as the two sides continue talks on the issue.

The head of a major EPA staff union is attacking President Donald Trump's bid to freeze pay levels for federal employees as a fresh blow to morale for an agency whose staff is already opposed to its current deregulatory agenda, saying it will exacerbate an employee “exodus” that started when EPA pursued major regulatory rollbacks

California Gov. Jerry Brown's (D) Global Climate Action Summit (GCAS) last week spurred a variety of pledges by countries, states and local governments to reduce greenhouse gases, though a report released at the summit shows the pledges are not likely to fully offset the impact of the Trump administration's inaction on climate issues.

EPA air chief William Wehrum held a briefing on the status of various air regulations at his former law firm with former clients late last year, less than a month after he was confirmed to the position, according to a new document, a move that could be in violation of his pledge to recuse himself from such meetings due to ethics restrictions.