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GM, DaimlerChrysler Settle Clean-Air Suit

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GM, DaimlerChrysler Settle Clean-Air Suit

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GM, DaimlerChrysler Settle Clean-Air Suit

GM, DaimlerChrysler Settle Clean-Air Suit

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General Motors and DaimlerChrysler drop a lawsuit challenging California's clean-air requirements, which would have forced car companies to make 2 percent of the vehicles sold in the state this year electric. In exchange, regulators will allow the auto industry to comply by producing several types of low-emission vehicles. Hear NPR's Scott Horsley.

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