DETROIT – Diesel has a friend in Dingell. Democratic Rep. John Dingell, the auto industry-advocate who has long held a seat in Congress and helped forge much of the federal regulation concerning the way it should operate, says he will reintroduce legislation proposals this year aimed at cleaning up diesel fuel and making it more available to consumers. “As we begin the 109th Congress, I plan to improve upon and reintroduce the Clean Diesel Act of 2003,” he says during his keynote address ...

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