DETROIT – The Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers will take its case against CAFE to the people, a spokesman says. “Our next step is get out there and educate people and tell them … this is bad for consumers; this is bad for safety; this is a job-killer,” the spokesman says after introduction of the Kerry-Hollings bill Feb. 8. It calls for a corporate average fuel economy standard of 35 mpg (56 km) for cars and light trucks by 2013. The bill defines light trucks as passenger vehicles up ...

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