Minnesota Clean Cars Will Save Money & Cut Pollution, New Study Shows

An independent consultant report released today confirmed that Minnesota’s efforts to adopt a clean cars program will significantly cut air pollution, benefit public health, and save consumers money. Governor Tim Walz directed the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency last fall to begin a public process to consider a Clean Cars Minnesota program. If adopted, Minnesota would be joining 14 other states that have already adopted their own clean cars program and which collectively represent 36% of the U.S. market. The release of the report follows a letter submitted last week by 46 organizations — including businesses, public health organizations, consumer advocates, labor representatives, social justice, faith-based groups, and conservationists — supporting a Clean Cars Minnesota program.

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