Democrats’ Plan To Bury Virginia In California’s Idiocy

“When Democrats controlled both houses of the Virginia legislature, they passed a law binding the state to the automobile standards dictated by the California Air Resources Board (CARB), according to The Hill. Republicans have thus far failed to repeal the law.

Virginia Republican Attorney General Jason Miyares’s office confirmed to the outlet that the 2021 law was still in effect and that CARB’s rule requiring the end of fossil-fueled car sales by 2035 is therefore binding to the state. The California rule will not take effect in Virginia until 2024.”

California’s plan to phase out gas-powered cars will apply to Virginia, AG says | Just The News

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10 Responses to Democrats’ Plan To Bury Virginia In California’s Idiocy

  1. roaddog says:

    The obesity crisis in Virgina will finally be addressed.

  2. Gamecock says:

    ‘requiring the end of fossil-fueled car sales by 2035 is therefore binding to the state. The California rule will not take effect in Virginia until 2024.’

    Uhhh . . . they left something out. A ban in 2035 will take effect in . . . 2035, but 11 years earlier in Virginia?

    I lived outside Richmond 30 years ago. The state was quite decent. The problem was the growth of the fascist state led to huge growth in northern VA, becoming a suburb of radical left DC. The northern corner of the state now drives much of the state’s politics. I for one would like to see DC annex them, and return the state to rationality.

  3. Eli the Pit Bulldog says:

    It’s worse as they are about to make the US pay for “climate disasters” in other parts of the world
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/climate-environment/2022/08/29/pakistan-floods-climate-change/

  4. Richard says:

    what utter lies the DNC have

  5. GWS says:

    “Republicans have thus far failed to repeal the law.” — Well, at least the Rinos are rolling over and playing dead again.

  6. spren says:

    It is against the federal Constitution for any state to form a compact with another state outside of the federal government. This law and agreement is therefore null and void.

  7. roaddog says:

    I believe that’s called taxation without representation. TeaParty Time.

  8. Dayna says:

    Governor Youngkin is on it. He’s not going to let this happen.

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