by Michael Bastasch
Daily Caller

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) withdrew a “no action assurance” notice that delayed enforcement of an Obama admnistration-era regulation the agency is working to repeal, The Daily Caller News Foundation has learned.

Acting Administrator Andrew Wheeler decided current regulations limiting the sale of glider kits — refurbished truck engines placed into new bodies — did not warrant a delay in enforcement, according to a source familiar with the matter…

Emails obtained by publisher Steve Milloy show EPA officials at the agency’s vehicle emissions lab worked with Volvo lobbyists to obtain glider kits for a study used by opponents to oppose repealing truck regulations.

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