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Former EPA general counsel Martella discusses agency's push to regulate emissions

With the Obama administration releasing the details of its fuel economy and vehicle emissions standards this week, what does the car rule mean for the broader regulatory picture? During today's OnPoint, Roger Martella, former general counsel at U.S. EPA and currently a partner at Sidley Austin, discusses the significance of the administration's move to regulate vehicle emissions. He also comments on whether an endangerment determination will be a sufficient negotiating tool for the United States at this year's international climate talks in Copenhagen.