Minnesota Senate takes a stand against Walz’s proposed California car mandates
Today the Minnesota Senate’s State Government Finance and Policy and Elections Committee passed S.F. 3496, which would prevent the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency from copying regulations enacted by the California Air Resources Board in order to impose California’s car mandates on Minnesotans.
Isaac Orr released the following statement:
“Minnesota families will incur significant costs for no measurable environmental benefit if California car mandates go into effect. The Senate bill sends a message to Governor Walz that Minnesotans just want to be left alone to make their own choices, and he should stop attempting to circumvent the people’s elected representatives to push his radical environmental agenda.”