From the Capital Press
Washington will follow California’s lead and ban new diesel trucks beginning in 2036, a governor’s spokesman said Tuesday.
The governor’s office was going over the rule passed April 28 by the California Air Resources Board and does not have a timeline for adopting it, spokesman Mike Faulk said in an email.
“We’re still reviewing California’s actions, but I can confirm the state plans to go through the process of adopting these standards,” he said. Read the rest of the article here.