EPA sets strict emissions standards for heavy-duty trucks, buses in bid to fight climate change 

MOTOR VEHICLE traffic moves along the Interstate 76 highway in Philadelphia. The EPA on Friday set new greenhouse gas emissions standards for heavy-duty trucks, buses and other large vehicles, an action that officials said will clean up some of the nation's largest sources of planet-warming pollution. / ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE PHOTO / MATT ROURKE

WASHINGTON (AP) – The Environmental Protection Agency on Friday set strict emissions standards for heavy-duty trucks, buses and other large vehicles, an action that officials said will help clean up some of the nation’s largest sources of planet-warming greenhouse gases.  The new rules, which take effect for model years 2027 through 2032, will avoid up

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