By Jake Sherman WASHINGTON, Feb 23 (POLITICO) - An American Toyota executive plans to offer a mea culpa of sorts to a House panel and will tell lawmakers that the giant automaker hasn't "lived up to the high standards our customers and the public have come to expect." Jim Lentz, the president and chief operating officer of Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A., plans to tell the House Energy and Commerce investigative subcommittee Tuesday morning that the problem with their vehicles is loose floor ...
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