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Congress Saves $7,500 EV Tax Credit Following Full-Court Pressure

As part of the last-minute tax bill discussions in Congress, the $7,500 federal tax credit for electric vehicles appears to have been saved. According to multiple reports, both the House and the Senate have agreed to keep the provision ...
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California Wants 4.2 Million Electric Vehicles By 2030. A New State Plan Charts The Road Ahead.

When the California Air Resources Board (CARB) meets today, it will likely vote to adopt the state’s 2017 Climate Change Scoping Plan.
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House Fuel Economy Hearing: Obama Administration's 'One National Vehicle Program' Is Actually Three or Four

The House Energy and Commerce held a hearing on Dec. 12 on corporate average fuel economy (CAFE) and greenhouse gas (GHG) emission standards for motor vehicles. Honda and Acura dealer Forrest McConnell, testifying on behalf of NADA, explained why President Obama’s so-called One National Program for regulating new-car fuel economy is actually three separate programs.
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Chairman's Message

Former Notre Dame football coach Lou Holtz once said, “Life is 10% what happens and 90% how you respond.”   While we at ATAE cannot always control what may happen in the states across this nation, we can certainly help in how you - the ATAE - responds.   Jennifer, Jill and a cadre of fine association execs within NADA stand ready and willing to help all ATAEs in responding to the events, trends and situations that impact our lives, and the lives of our dealer members, on a daily basis.   Additionally, both Jennifer and Jill do a yeoman's effort in proactively planning, implementing and conducting the day to day work of ATAE.  We are pleased to have them on our team and thankful to be part of ATAE.

Thanks,
Bob Glaser
2017 ATAE chairman