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Main theme: We discuss the most recent developments in the controversy regarding California’s right to regulate its auto emissions requirements. What could a possible change mean for consumers?
Driven this week: 2020 Ford Escape
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• Lincoln Aviator, episode 221
• Audience Questions, episode 220
• Audi A6, episode 219
• Subaru Legacy, Emission Standards, episode 218
• Subaru Outback, episode 217
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