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US: senators ready to decide if the NHTSA gets new boss


Mark Rosekind, a human fatigue and pilot-alertness expert has been nominated to end the hiatus at the top of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, without a leader for some months. Now, the Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee has scheduled a hearing for next week – on December 3 – to discuss whether to accept the nomination. President Barack Obama ...
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