POLITICO-Stupak: Toyota has 'explaining to do'


By Jake Sherman WASHINGTON, Feb 23 (POLITICO) - The chairman of the Energy and Commerce subcommittee investigating Toyota's massive recall said both the automaker and its government regulator have "a lot of explaining to do." Rep. Bart Stupak (D-Mich.) said Tuesday morning that Toyota misled the public and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration bought into the automaker's flawed explanation about sudden inexplicable acceleration. Toyota executives claimed that floor mats or ...

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