A U.S. law meant to keep heavily polluting cars in Mexico from entering California has yet to be enforced, even though it went into effect 17 months ago. U.S. Customs Service officials in the state admit they have not imposed any fines or denied entry to a single vehicle, saying they are waiting for direction from Washington on how to enforce the law. The law was meant to add strength to a California act that requires that cars driven by cross-border commuters meet the state’s tough smog standards. Rep. Brian Bilbray (R-Calif.), the measure’s sponsor in Congress, said he would pressure customs officials to pick up the enforcement pace, adding that “the grace period darn well should be over by now.”