On April 4, the American Lung Association published its report conducted by the Clean Air Task Force titled, “A Penny for Prevention: The Case for Cleaner Gasoline and Vehicle Standards.” The report urged the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to make gasoline and vehicles cleaner, explaining that tighter emissions standards would produce anywhere between $8.5 billion and $22 billion in economic and health benefits annually in 2030. The report also said cleaner gasoline would equate to taking 33 million cars off the road.