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Marlowe Johnson

I've heard it mentioned that even if California successfully sues the EPA over the waiver decision, as a practical matter it will force them to revise the implementation schedule for AB 1493. If this is true, then is it not fair to say that industry has achieved what it wanted all along (i.e. delayed implementation so that the end result is closer to the schedule set out in the federal proposals)?

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