Skip to comments.Thousands of policy emails sought by State Senator were deleted (TESLA)
Posted on 02/24/2019 8:54:47 PM PST by blueplum
DENVER Members of the Committee on Legal Services are looking into why thousands of emails requested by a State Senator were prematurely deleted. Senator John Cooke, (R) Greeley, sent a Colorado Open Records Act request on August 29 for emails from two state staffers who worked to accomplish Governor John Hickenloopers executive order establishing new Low Emission Vehicle standards...(snip)
...To understand the controversy behind the emissions mandate, it helps to understand whats in it. Air Quality Control Commission Regulation Number 20 was adopted in November and sets stricter limits for the levels of pollutants that new cars can emit...(snip)
...Under a ZEV mandate, automakers who want to sell cars in Colorado must offer electric vehicles or buy credits from their competitors who do. Jackson said the only company selling the credits today is Tesla. Its roughly a billion dollars worth of credits sold by Tesla right now..."
(Excerpt) Read more at koaa.com ...
Almost retired to what has become the Peoples Republic of RM High four years ago. Ended up in AZ instead. Just my Senators are crazy.
Deleted e-mails? Is Hillary on their Board of Directors?
Tesla has been milking the carbon credit scam for years. It’s nothing new.
And they were deleted, likely without a passing thought. Standard operating procedure these days. If you're on the left.
Is someone asking that question with a straight face?
Her Lowness Herself, Hitlery, set the precedent.
If only Nixon had had those tapes on digital media..........
All deletions are not created equal.
Agreed! Clearly, it is better to destroy evidence than to hand it over.
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