DEARBORN, MI – As the Bush Admin. launches term No.2 this month, the nation’s top auto safety cop prepares to tackle an agenda full of controversy, urgency and uncertainty – that is, if he gets to stick around. Dr. Jeffrey Runge, the North Carolina trauma surgeon who was appointed administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. during Bush’s first term, says he has talked to boss Norman Mineta – who heads the Dept. of Transportation overseeing NHTSA – and received the go-ahead ...

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