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California will ban gas-only cars by 2035.

The new laws are meant to speed up the process by which manufacturers introduce more environmentally friendly vehicles to the market.

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This comes after Governor Gavin Newsom established the year 2020 as the goal for hastening the transition away from fossil fuels.

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This transition is crucial since California has the most population and one of the world's largest economies. This makes California notable.

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By 2026, 35% of all newly sold cars in California must be electric, hybrid, or hydrogen-powered to comply with CARB rules.

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By the year 2030, the regulations will effect 68 percent of new vehicle sales, and by the year 2035, that number will rise to 100 percent.

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The Chief Executive Officer of the California Air Resources Board, Laine Randolph, said that "We are putting out a route toward a zero emission future."

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This declaration is the most recent example of California trying to impose stricter emission limits than the federal government in the United States of America.

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