by Katy Grimes
As Appearing in the California Globe
‘If you like your car, you can keep your car’ may become the big government fib of 2020
“If you like your car, you can keep your car” may become the big government fib of 2020.
While you may be able to keep your existing gas-powered car in California, any new car purchased after 2035 will have to be electric.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom issued an executive order Wednesday requiring sales of all new passenger vehicles to be zero-emission by 2035 and “additional measures to eliminate harmful emissions from the transportation sector,” California Globe reported.
However, not one news report about this big bold announcement acknowledged that Gov. Newsom does not have the authority to make laws. And, he did not evoke emergency powers for this latest Executive Order.
The very basis of Assemblyman Kevin Kiley’s and Assemblyman James Gallagher’s lawsuit against the governor is exactly what he just did again: “A California Governor is constitutionally forbidden from doing the very thing Gov. Newsom has done here: exercise legislative powers;”