In an unusual show of unity, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Attorney General Jerry Brown on Thursday sued to force federal regulators to act on California’s request to curb vehicles’ greenhouse gas emissions.

Schwarzenegger and Brown accused the federal Environmental Protection Agency of dragging its feet on California’s nearly two-year-old request for a waiver that would allow the state to mandate a 30 percent reduction in global warming emissions from vehicles by 2016.

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