Consumer group, Public Citizen, headed by former National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. Chief Joan Claybrook, is expected to file a lawsuit against the U.S. Transportation Dept.’s rejection of a NHTSA proposal to monitor vehicle tire pressure on all four wheels. The Bush Admin. favors a system that monitors tire rotation and is tied to antilock brakes. The individual at the center of the lawsuit is John Graham, director of regulatory affairs at the White House budget office, who must clear ...

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