NHTSA would gain 'stop-sale' authority over carmakers if White House transportation bill passes
from International Business Times
The U.S. auto safety regulator would get power to unilaterally demand automakers stop selling vehicles it says have safety-related defects under the White House’s multiyear transportation funding bill that recently went to Congress. But the move to reform the way car safety is regulated will likely face stiff opposition from manufacturers who succeeded in weakening legislative efforts in 2010 that would have bolstered federal oversight and increased noncompliance penalties.
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