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Florida Joins Other States Suing to Block Biden, EPA’s Green New Deal-Inspired Emissions Rules

Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody joined a coalition of state attorney generals to file suit against the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for its new regulations on emissions for gas-powered passenger cars, light-duty trucks and medium-duty vehicles. Moody said the new rules impose “unworkable emissions standards.”

Moody also criticized the Biden-led Electric Vehicle Mandate on automobile manufacturers that require EV’s to account for nearly 70% of car sales in less than a decade. Based on the latest data from Kelley Blue Book, EV’s held a 7.6% share of the total U.S. vehicle market in 2023.

In an official statement, Moody warned that Biden’s push for 70% EVs hurts the American economy by threatening jobs, raising prices and undermining the reliability of the electric grid. 

“Biden’s EPA continues to push radical Green New Deal policies at a time when the infrastructure is not in place and Americans are struggling economically due to Biden-created inflation,” Moody said. “Despite these concerns, Biden is trying to force a more than 60% increase in EV car sales over the next decade. We continue to fight Biden’s short-sighted and out-of-touch policies—taking legal action today to protect Americans from these outrageous emissions standards.”

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A Gallup poll released just this month showed fewer Americans said they would consider buying an EV, with almost half (48%) saying they would not purchase one.  Amid shrinking consumer demand, Ford Motor Company lost about $4.7 billion on EVs last year and projects even worse losses this year. 

Read the full lawsuit here.

Attorney General Moody, along with the attorney general of the following states filed the lawsuit: Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia and Wyoming. 

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