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April 30 - New federal roof crush standard falls short

New Federal Roof Crush Standard Falls Short; Rule is Meager Upgrade Over 38-Year-Old Requirements

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Mar. 27 - Obama Administration’s Fuel Economy Standard Is Step in Right Direction but Leaves Plenty of Room for Improvement

Obama Administration’s Fuel Economy Standard Is Step in Right Direction but Leaves Plenty of Room for Improvement

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Mar. 4 - California's Emission Standards

Before taking office Obama pledged to take a tough stance on greenhouse gas emissions breaking from the past position of disregarding science and commonsense that the Bush administration championed.

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Dec. 18 - Groups Challenge Dangerous Rule That Dramatically Increases Working Hours for Professional Truck Drivers

Federal Safety Agency Sticks to Sweatshop Rule Despite Two Court Decisions.

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Dec. 9 - In Exchange for Loans, Public Interest Should Be Detroit’s Top Priority

Before American taxpayers once again come to the rescue of the U.S. auto industry, Congress must require the industry to make vehicles that are more fuel-efficient, environmentally friendly and safer – products the public both wants and needs, Public Citizen President Joan Claybrook told a House committee today.

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Sept. 10 - Federal Government’s Release of Early Warning Data on Autos Is Victory for Consumers; Some Information Still Secret

Federal Government’s Release of Early Warning Data on Autos Is Victory for Consumers; Some Information Still Secret

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Oct. 15 - Improvements in School Bus Safety Don’t Go Far Enough, Include Provision That Could Weaken Consumer Protections in State Law

Improvements in School Bus Safety Don’t Go Far Enough, Include Provision That Could Weaken Consumer Protections in State Law

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Nov. 18 - New Hours of Service Rule Forces Truckers to Drive to Point of Exhaustion, Puts Motorists at Risk

Bush Administration’s Rule Forces Truckers to Drive to Point of Exhaustion, Puts Motorists at Risk

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Sept. 11 - Auto Industry’s Arrogance Led to Its Predicament; Congress Should Attach Strings to Any Bailout

Auto Industry’s Arrogance Led to Its Predicament; Congress Should Attach Strings to Any Bailout

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Oct. 8 - Bush Administration’s Attempt to Pre-empt Lawsuits Against Automakers Shows Little Regard for Consumers

Bush Administration’s Attempt to Pre-empt Lawsuits Against Automakers Shows Little Regard for Consumers

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