Biden's highway climate mandate struck down by Texas judge - 'unauthorized' | 28 March 2024 | A U.S. judge ruled against the Biden regime in a decision about a highway climate rule on Wednesday. The [insane] rule was issued by the Department of Transportation (DOT)'s Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) in December 2023. It requires states to measure and report the greenhouse gas emissions from any vehicles using the U.S. highway system. The rule also asked states to establish declining carbon dioxide targets, and to report back about progress on those goals. Texas sued the DOT in response. U.S. District Judge James Wesley Hendrix, a Trump appointee, ruled in favor of Texas and wrote on Wednesday that "the rule was unauthorized."

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