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Editorial: Goodbye, diesel exhaust. California adopts nation's first zero-emission truck rule

California, again, is leading the nation's fight against climate change. The California Air Resources Board adopted a rule Thursday requiring that by 2045, all trucks sold in the state be zero-emission models.

The rule is the first of its kind in the United States and among the most ambitious efforts in the world to replace dirty diesel trucks with battery-powered and other zero-emission vehicles.

The Air Resources Board passed the

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