PONTIAC, MI – This is the last place in the U.S. that Senators John Kerry and Fritz Hollings would want to be. A standing-room-only crowd comprised of Michigan politicians, General Motors Corp. executives and United Auto Workers union members gathered here Feb. 25 at GM’s Pontiac East Silverado/Sierra pickup assembly plant and thoroughly blasted the bill proposed by Kerry and Fritz that calls for a new corporate average fuel economy standard of 35 mpg (6.7L/100 km) for cars and light ...

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