Fuel Economy Standards Protect Families

BY ON January 22, 2018

Detroit Auto Show entrance.

In a recent op-ed in the Detroit News, Angela Youngblood, a metro Detroit mom of four, highlights her concerns that some of our automakers are trying to roll back money-saving fuel economy standards.

With the North American International Auto Show coming to her home state this week, Angela wants leadership from our automakers to “take the high road” and “concentrate on making more fuel-efficient cars, trucks and SUVs that save us money with every mile.”

Angela writes,

“As one of more than 1,000,000 American parents who have joined Moms Clean Air Force, I know that cutting back on gasoline use makes for cleaner air and healthier kids. And like any mother raising kids on a budget, I know that spending less at the pump frees up money for other things my family needs, from food to clothing to school supplies.”

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TOPICS: Air Pollution, Cars and Trucks, Children's Health, Clean Air Rules and Regulations, EPA, Michigan, Motherhood