Governor proposes clean car standards

RIO RANCHO — New Mexico would require automakers to deliver more zero-emission vehicles for sale in the state under a rule proposed Monday by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham.

The proposal would require that 43% of the 2027 model year cars and trucks sent to New Mexico for sale meet strict clean car standards, officials said. The percentage would climb to 82% for 2032 vehicles, with the changes phased in over a half dozen years.

Read the full story in the Albuquerque Journal.


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