DETROIT – U.S. Rep. John Dingell stokes the flames of the burning fuel-economy debate raging between the U.S. auto industry and well-intentioned West Coast politicos during his keynote address this week at the annual Ward’s 10 Best Engines awards presentation here. Dingell, whose long tenure in Washington has been characterized by taking a stand for the U.S. auto industry, makes his message clear to California: Stay out of Detroit’s business. While the congressman takes aim at a number ...

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