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H.R.5381 Motor Vehicle Safety Act of 2010, 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Jul 14, 2010 Placed on the Union Calendar, Calendar No. 307.

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  • Committee Assignment: House Committee on Energy and Commerce

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    • Country paranoia. - December 02, 2010 by Thieves in the Temple. - HR 5381/S. 3302, the Motor Vehicle Safety Act, would force auto manufacturers to improve their safety standards and disclose their cars' safety problems more efficiently. The Act would also ratchet up fines on automakers who conceal ...

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      As noted by Thieves in the Temple. on December 02, 2010, "HR 5381/S. 3302, the Motor Vehicle Safety Act, would force auto manufacturers to improve their safety standards and disclose their cars' safety problems more efficiently. The Act would also ratchet up fines on automakers who conceal ..." (http://www.thievesblog.com/2010/12/country-paranoia.html)
    • Technology vs. Privacy: A Black Box Update NMA Issue #95 - November 05, 2010 by Bring the Scameras Down! - If federal legislators and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration have their way, provisions of the Motor Vehicle Safety Act of 2010 will be passed in the US House of Representatives (HR 5381, see Sec. ...

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      As noted by Bring the Scameras Down! on November 05, 2010, "If federal legislators and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration have their way, provisions of the Motor Vehicle Safety Act of 2010 will be passed in the US House of Representatives (HR 5381, see Sec. ..." (http://naturaltreasure.net/scameras/?p=1151)
    • NMA Email Newsletter: Issue #95 - November 01, 2010 by NMA Alerts & E-Newsletters - If federal legislators and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration have their way, provisions of the Motor Vehicle Safety Act of 2010 will be passed in the US House of Representatives (HR 5381, see Sec. ...

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      As noted by NMA Alerts & E-Newsletters on November 01, 2010, "If federal legislators and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration have their way, provisions of the Motor Vehicle Safety Act of 2010 will be passed in the US House of Representatives (HR 5381, see Sec. ..." (http://alerts.motorists.org/nma-email-newsletter-issue-95)

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    • Auto industry criticizes vehicle safety bill - July 14, 2010 by The Detroit News - ... joined by 21 other manufacturing, business and consumer groups in calling out certain provisions of the House's HR 5381 and the Senate's S.3302 bills. ...

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      As noted by The Detroit News on July 14, 2010, " ... joined by 21 other manufacturing, business and consumer groups in calling out certain provisions of the House's HR 5381 and the Senate's S.3302 bills. ... " (http://www.detnews.com/article/20100715/AUTO01/7150475/1361/Auto-industry-criticizes-vehicle-safety-bill)
    • - July 10, 2010 by Los Angeles Times - The bills, HR 5381 in the House and S 3302 in the Senate, grew out of congressional hearings last winter that investigated sudden acceleration and other ...

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      As noted by Los Angeles Times on July 10, 2010, " The bills, HR 5381 in the House and S 3302 in the Senate, grew out of congressional hearings last winter that investigated sudden acceleration and other ... " (http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-0712-toyota-legislation-20100712,0,3421670.story)
    • The proposed Motor Vehicle Safety Act of 2010—current status - June 23, 2010 by Lexology (registration) - On May 26, 2010, the House Energy and Commerce Committee reported out HR 5381. On June 9, 2010, the Senate Commerce Committee reported out S. 3302. ...

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      As noted by Lexology (registration) on June 23, 2010, " On May 26, 2010, the House Energy and Commerce Committee reported out HR 5381. On June 9, 2010, the Senate Commerce Committee reported out S. 3302. ... " (http://www.lexology.com/library/detail.aspx?g=b5c98c0f-ee7e-419d-8906-1335c302cdd1)
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