U.S. transport chief LaHood exits politics, Obama picks Foxx


By Roberta Rampton and Doug Palmer WASHINGTON, April 29 (Reuters) - For the past four years, Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood has rarely passed up the chance to chide American drivers for using mobile phones and other devices while driving, often speaking directly to drivers in radio ads during the morning commute. The loquacious LaHood used the White House announcement ceremony on Monday for his replacement as transportation secretary to make one last plea ...


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