DETROIT, March 24 (Reuters) - Michigan's attorney general on Wednesday subpoenaed Toyota Motor Corp's U.S. arm for information on recent safety recalls regarding unintended acceleration. "Michigan drivers concerned about the safety deserve answers from Toyota," said the attorney general, Mike Cox, in a statement issued by his office. The subpoena was filed under Michigan's consumer protection act. Toyota is cooperating with Michigan officials in answering the subpoena, Cox' office ...
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