Labor and industry, state and local leaders are all working together to write the next chapter of the American story. As I’ve said before, we’re in competition with China and many other nations for the 21st century. To win, we’re going to have to make sure the future will be made in America. They’re a vision of the future that is now beginning to happen, the future of the automobile industry that is electric — battery, electric plug-in, hybrid electric, fuel cell electric. It’s electric and there’s no turning back. The question is whether we’ll lead or fall behind in the race for the future. Today, I’m announcing steps we’re taking to set a new pace for electric vehicles — first, I’m following through on the campaign commitment to reverse the previous administration’s short-sighted rollback of vehicle emissions and efficiency standards. And I’m doing so and with the support of the industry, the automobile industry. Today, the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Transportation are unveiling proposals to do just that. These agencies are beginning to work on the next round of standards for a broad class of vehicles, for cars, SUVs, pickup trucks, medium and heavy-duty vehicles. This is an executive order strengthening America’s leadership in clean cars and trucks. And again, let me start off by thanking the C.E.O.s as well as the U.A.W. You all, all you — is the reason why it’s happening. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. All right.