California CARB Hearing Testimony Regarding Multiple Fires from DPF Failures
Shocking testimony regarding multiple, repeated fires from DPF Filter failures at a CARB (California Air Resources Board) hearing.
The C.A.R.B. un-elected board, has saddled trucking companies with costly regulations that not only will raise the cost of transportation, but will force many independent trucking companies out of business or out of state, and substantially raise the cost of living for every California resident.
At the same time, CARB views its operation as ABOVE THE LAW, and refuses to coordinate with local governments. Coordination is required in both the US and California State Constitution. In order to make CARB comply with these requirements, citizens of the City of Redding have asked Fred Kelly Grant to represent them. Mr. Grant is an attorney from Idaho noted for successful lawsuits against the EPA and other federal agencies. He has never lost any case involving the requirement of coordination.
For the past 20 years, Fred Kelly Grant has fought for the rights of farmers, ranchers, loggers, miners, and those who use the great outdoors for recreation. Pursuing those efforts he discovered that the law requires federal and state governments to “coordinate” with local governments—and requires that they make every practicable effort to make their policies and actions consistent with local policies. He has worked with the coordination process to produce victories in twelve states for counties, cities, towns, hamlets, soil conservation districts, fire districts, irrigation districts, and school districts in defending against arbitrary regulatory agencies.
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