Speak Up: Hearing on potential ZEV mandate for Delaware draws large turnout


A public hearing about Delaware’s potential adoption of California’s Advanced Clean Cars II regulations drew participation from more than 100 attendees April 26.

For over two-and-a-half hours, advocates touted the regulations’ environmental and health benefits, while opponents urged the state to let the market dictate itself and halt implementation of a zero-emission vehicle mandate.

  • Why do liberals insist on forcing this on people that don’t want it? It seems the mission of liberals is to interfere in the lives of others as much as possible. — Bob Hice
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