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Wednesday, January 9, 2008
WSJ.com - Commentary: Decaffeinated
Washington's phony fuel-economy triumph.
As written, the new fuel-economy rules would add thousands of dollars to the price of America's favorite vehicles, if they were allowed to be sold at all. That's a lot of sticker shock for a feature not craved by customers (judging by the cars the public actually chooses to buy today) when there are so many valuable and interesting safety innovations to spend the money on.
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