UPDATE 1-Key consumer group urges US car safety reform

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* Consumers Union calls for reform of US auto safety * NHTSA needs more money, tougher sanctions-report * Reform call comes as US hearings on Toyota begin WASHINGTON, Feb 23 (Reuters) - Consumers Union, the nonprofit publisher of Consumer Reports, issued a call on Tuesday for urgent changes to strengthen U.S. auto safety regulation in the wake of a massive recall by Toyota Motor Corp . Consumers Union said that the U.S. safety regulatory system should be reformed to become more ...

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