It's been less than a week and President Obama has already reversed several Bush Administration policies. Monday it was the environment's turn. The President called for the EPA to consider allowing California and other states to impose stricter emissions standards for cars than the federal government, a measure blocked by the previous White House. How will the auto industry, already hanging on by a thread, cope with more stringent environmental requirements? Bloomberg News reporter John Hughes joins Adaora and Katherine with his analysis.
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