Tesla Sales Now Legal As Little Maryland Goes Big On Electric Cars

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Well, add one more to the list of states where Tesla Motors can legally sell its electric cars--and do so without having to use franchised dealers. The Maryland General Assembly has reversed a ban on direct sales by Tesla, which displays its cars in Tesla Store and "gallery" facilities it operates. Green Maryland Politics Tesla Motors dealers dealerships plug-in cars state laws

Regulatory & Legal Alerts – Dec. 2017


Peopletrail actively tracks the regulatory and legal environment that surrounds employment and criminal background screening. Maryland boots nearly 15 percent of new ride-hail drivers for failing screening, 10/28/2017. The post Regulatory & Legal Alerts – Dec. This helps you remain compliant with the FCRA, EEOC, and other regulatory standards or agencies. The following includes recaps of the most significant updates impacting the screening industry in recent weeks.

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Nine states and DC to design regional approach to cap greenhouse gas emissions from transportation

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The statement , endorsed by Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, and Washington, DC, describes the goals of such a program, including reducing climate changing pollution, creating economic opportunity, and improving transportation equity for currently underserved and overburdened populations.

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Paice files complaint against VW Group with ITC alleging hybrid patent infringement

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and Kia Motors Corp, ending its legal action against those companies. When the companies were unable to reach a licensing agreement on subsequent patents, Paice was forced to pursue legal action in 2014. Paice is the creation of inventor Dr. Alex Severinsky, who founded the company in 1992 with the support of the University of Maryland incubator program.

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Coalition of 11 states sues US EPA over soot rules

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Led by the State of New York, the coalition also includes California, Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Mexico, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont and Washington. The EPA has not taken action in response to the coalition's notice, leading Schneiderman and his coalition to take the latest legal action.

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How to Get a Plug-In Hybrid

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As for warranties , there is legal precedent that original auto warranties cannot be voided completely by modifications — only the part(s) affected by retrofit will have their warranties affected. About CalCars Plug-In Hybrids FAQ How to Get a PHEV Where PHEVs are Carmakers Say.


More states follow California’s clean car standards

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The 13 states are: Arizona, Connecticut, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont and Washington. From 2012 onwards, the new national standards would be deemed to reflect the state standards and the auto industry would dismiss its legal challenges.

EPA Grants California Vehicle GHG Regulations Waiver

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EPA also found that the California program meets legal requirements regarding the protectiveness of public health and welfare as well as technological feasibility. Thirteen other states have adopted California’s Clean Car standards: Arizona, Connecticut, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont and Washington.

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Perspective: Regional Greenhouse Gas Cap-and-Trade Programs May be the Solution

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It covers ten Northeastern and Mid-Atlantic states (Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, and Vermont). The RGGI cap-and-trade system works by auctioning a limited number of carbon pollution allowances–each representing one short ton of carbon pollution to power generators in Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, and Vermont each quarter.

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