The following was written by Rep. John Campbell (R-CA).
I am not the world's greatest authority on the subject of cars and propulsion systems, but I'm probably pretty high on the list in Congress. Some people want cars to go away entirely. Others think we are headed to all electrics, all hybrids or fuel cells. Of course, there are 130 million cars and trucks in the United States today, which are almost entirely powered by gasoline. What should the U.S. policy on cars, and the energy to power them, follow? What are the practical alternatives? [Read more]