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California's top air-quality regulator sees hope for a deal with the Trump administration over fuel economy and emissions standards -- so long as Washington doesn't try to steamroll the state.

Federal agencies have yet to translate their disdain for regulations into concrete proposals to roll back Obama-era rules intended to curb tailpipe emissions, meaning there's still a chance for a consensus to emerge, according to Mary Nichols, the chair of the California Air Resources Board.

"Reason could prevail," Nichols said Tuesday at Bloomberg New Energy Finance's Future of Energy Summit in New York. "There's a way to get to success, unless your goal is to roll over California and not allow us to have any standards."



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