Schwarzenegger, frustrated by inaction, threatens to sue U.S. EPA In a smackdown between U.S. EPA head Stephen Johnson and California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (R), who would you bet on? It's OK if you need time to ponder, because their battle is unfolding in slow motion. On Tuesday, Johnson said he had begun the process of considering California's request to be allowed to regulate vehicle greenhouse-gas emissions, setting up a public hearing in May and a public comment period that lasts through mid-June. The request -- which would result in a 25 percent cut in car and truck emissions and an …
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