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Despite proposed rollback of fuel standards, automakers to move forward with efficient vehicles

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A Shell gas station. As the Trump administration moves to end Obama-era fuel economy regulations, automakers aren't sure that's what they want.

The Trump administration continues rolling back regulations set under the Obama administration. This time, it’s looking like it could be fuel-efficiency and pollution standards for the auto industry. These guidelines were one of President Obama's signature moves to fight climate change.

Is the Trump administration rolling back standards to a greater degree than auto companies expected? Michelle Krebs, a Detroit-based executive analyst for Autotrader, joined Stateside to discuss what this weakening of the federal targets could mean to the Michigan economy.

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