U.S. wrongly keeps auto safety data secret -group

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By John Crawley WASHINGTON, March 22 (Reuters) - A national consumer group asserted on Monday the Bush administration has wrongly blocked public access to important auto safety data, including information about warranty claims and consumer complaints. In a lawsuit filed in federal court, Public Citizen challenged a 2003 Transportation Department regulation that restricts Freedom of Information Act requests for some auto industry documents held by the government. As part of landmark ...

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