California Attorney General Kamala Harris, left, pays tribute to Mary Nichols, chair of the California Air Resources Board, while announcing a settlement with Volkswagen on Tuesday in San Francisco. Volkswagen will spend up to $15.3 billion to settle consumer lawsuits and government allegations that it cheated on emissions tests in what lawyers are calling the largest auto-related class-action settlement in U.S. history.
California Attorney General Kamala Harris, left, pays tribute to Mary Nichols, chair of the California Air Resources Board, while announcing a settlement with Volkswagen on Tuesday in San Francisco. Volkswagen will spend up to $15.3 billion to settle consumer lawsuits and government allegations that it cheated on emissions tests in what lawyers are calling the largest auto-related class-action settlement in U.S. history. Eric Risberg The Associated Press
California Attorney General Kamala Harris, left, pays tribute to Mary Nichols, chair of the California Air Resources Board, while announcing a settlement with Volkswagen on Tuesday in San Francisco. Volkswagen will spend up to $15.3 billion to settle consumer lawsuits and government allegations that it cheated on emissions tests in what lawyers are calling the largest auto-related class-action settlement in U.S. history. Eric Risberg The Associated Press

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