Over seven years, California has spent $430 million on low-emission vehicle subsidies to help lower the cost for car buyers.
Now the state Legislature is looking to extend that by another seven years, but with a price tag of $3 billion.
Assembly Bill 1184 is being slammed for leaving basic questions unanswered, including the biggest one: Where would the money come from?
The legislation favors automakers such as Tesla that make electric-only cars over carmakers that sell plug-in hybrids, which would not be eligible.
The Assembly’s own analysts have described the bill as “duplicative,”...