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The GM strike marches on

Sep 20, 2019

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A new administration, a new mandate. So let the lobbying begin.

by Annie Baxter Nov 16, 2016
That’s the story of Washington this past week. Case in point: top automakers, represented by the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers, have asked President-elect Trump to review standards for cars’ fuel economy and emissions regulations, which were center points of President…
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