U.S. EPA expected to relax auto emissions standards in the next few years, but reach strict limit by 2032

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Open this photo in gallery: A line of unsold 2023 electric ID.4 sports-utility vehicles sit at a Volkswagen dealership in Denver on March 17.David Zalubowski/The Associated Press The Biden administration this week is expected to announce new automobile emissions standards that relax proposed limits for three years but eventually reach the same strict standards proposed by the Environmental Protection Agency. The changes come as sales of zero-tailpipe emissions electric vehicles, needed to meet the standards, have begun to slow. The auto industry has cited lower sales growth in objecting to the EPA’s preferred standards unveiled last April as part of...