Yes, the EPA was given “broad authority to regulate motor vehicle pollution” in the 1970 Clean Air Act. With this they could set limits, which got progressively stronger throughout the years, on vehicle pollution, but they let the car companies decide how to make the reduced pollution happen. The Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990 further added to the original act. The new amendments encouraged alternative fuels and required even stricter standards on emissions.
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