Congress passes bill shielding U.S. Airlines from EU air standards
from The Wall Street Journal
Congress passed a bill that shields U.S. airlines from having to comply with a controversial greenhouse gas standard imposed by the European Union on all planes using European airports. The bill intensifies tensions over the issue between the European Union and the U.S., where many lawmakers say the EU's greenhouse gas standard is illegal and violates U.S. sovereignty.
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