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The Hill: New Gas Mileage Standards Will Boost the Economy
Aug 02, 2011
By setting an average standard of 54.5 miles per gallon by 2025 for passenger vehicles, the Obama administration has done right by America’s economy.

 Higher gas mileage and greenhouse gas (GHG) standards will spur innovation, create jobs and save drivers money at the pump.
Results of New Report Show Economic Benefits of Strong MPG
Jul 29, 2011
As President Obama announces the next round of a coordinated national program to improve fuel efficiency for model year 2017-2025, Ceres released “More Jobs Per Gallon,” an economic analysis by the independent firm Management Information Services, Inc. that quantifies what stronger fuel economy/GHG standards would mean for the U.S. economy.