Congress Fails to Pass “Motor Safety Vehicle Act of 2010?


For 9 months, proponents of the “Motor Vehicle Safety Act of 2010? tried to get Congress to pass the landmark legislation which would have overhauled automobile safety. Unfortunately, because of staunch opposition from automakers and despite a last minute push to get the Act passed, Congress failed to vote on it before it adjourned for the year.

As explained in this Detroit News article, the ground breaking legislation, if passed, would have enacted a number of important auto safety measures...

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