NHTSA looking for power to fast-track 'noncontroversial' auto laws
The Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers has questioned the proposal, which would expedite the "direct final rule" process, citing the decrease in transparency it could entail and the ambiguous definition of "controversy" – what NHTSA thinks is a routine regulation, others could consider anything but.
The notice was posted on the NHTSA site on Tuesday, but NHTSA hasn't commented on the proposal, it's chief saying he would let it speak for itself.
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