The Trump administration is looking to strip California of its ability to set its own standards on greenhouse-gas emissions from vehicles, Reuters reports. President Trump reportedly met with senior officials Thursday to discuss a plan to revoke California’s power to set state-specific requirements for tailpipe pollution standards. The state’s rules on emissions have been stricter than federal regulations since 2013, when it was granted a waiver under the Obama administration’s Clean Air Act. California vowed to keep its emissions standards strict after Trump proposed rolling back the Obama-era federal rules. Reuters’ sources said the Trump administration will move ahead in coming weeks with its plan to remove the powers from California before issuing new federal standards.