California’s plan to mandate EVs is gaining support from several other states

After California’s recent announcement mandating new vehicle sales be all-electric by 2035, several other states are planning to join them.

According to The Hill, 15 states have backed California’s zero-emissions requirements, but only Washington, Oregon, Massachusetts, and New York are actively following their lead by banning all new internal combustion engine sales by 2035.

Virginia recently discovered they were bound by law to phase out gas-powered cars by 2035 as well, but their Attorney General is actively looking to repeal that law.


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