Skip to comments.Highway safety chief says government ties to GM played no role in delay of Chevy Volt warnings
Posted on 01/25/2012 7:53:46 AM PST by Nachum
The head of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is telling Congress the agency "pulled no punches" in its investigation into Chevy Volt batteries that caught fire last year.
Republicans on the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform repeatedly raised questions about whether the government's partial ownership in General Motors created a conflict of interest as it investigated the electric car. Republicans also challenged why the agency took several months to inform the public about last June's fire.
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They were pretty quick on Toyota!
Darrell Issa and the new campaign slogan for conservatives to liberals” We hear you, we don’t believe you...
The list, Ping
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David Strickland, the Senate's lead adviser on Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) reforms and standards. He is responsible for CAFE measures in the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007, the first mandated increase in fuel economy standards in 30 years.
And now he's claiming impartiality.. "I hear you, I don't believe you.".
Strickland: "Hell No! The damn things catch fire!"
So they’re just naturally sluggish? Like naturally curly hair?
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