13 states have filed a lawsuit over vehicle emissions standards

More than 13 states are challenging the Administration’s ruling on pollution standards for passenger cars, alleging that the EPA violated the law.

13 Attorney Generals from states including Idaho, Kansas, and Oklahoma, are going to court, saying the EPA and Department of Energy lacked legal authority on several fronts, including the roll-out date in 2027. Iowa Attorney General Brenna Bird says there is a war on gas-powered cars, and the state’s ethanol industry is caught in the crossfire.

A new poll shows electric vehicle popularity is dropping among Americans, falling 10 percent from last year, sitting at just 44 percent.