Should all cars in California be electric? Yes, says Mary Nichols, who heads the California Air Resources Board, Bloomberg reports. While she says zero-emission vehicles are vital to meet the state’s 2050 greenhouse gas targets, some automakers see the cleaner vehicles as money-losers.
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