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REPORT: Cash For Clunkers to live through today, $2 billion more on its way [UPDATE]

Last night came the shaky, breathless news that Cash for Clunkers (C4C), the federal program to get older, more polluting cars off the roads by giving consumers between $3,500 and $4,500 rebates for their trade ins, had run out of money and was being shut down. Not so fast says the Detroit Free Press. C4C will

Senator Carl Levin: the Auto Industry's Best Friend

Carl Levin is a liberal Democrat, for whatever that's worth to you. More important for our site is what he is struggling to do every day. At the ripe age of 73, he has to be one of the busiest lead men in politics.

Levin CAFE loophole for automakers appears dead

A proposal put forward recently by Sen. Carl Levin, D-Mich to provide a way out of new fuel economy requirements for carmakers if they committed to using alternative powertrains on all their cars by 2020 appears to have died on the vine. It looks like there is little or no support for the idea in the Senate although Levin may propose a revised version of the bill at some point.

Deal expected on new fuel economy regulations

It looks like Michigan's senior senator has won a reprieve for his biggest corporate constituents in the new fuel economy bill that's working it's way through the US Senate right now. Following hearings this week where the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee heard from various automaker representatives, Sen. Carl Levin of Michigan got a con

Army takes delivery of Equinox FCV as Project Driveway kicks off

The US Army took delivery of the first Chevy Equinox fuel-cell vehicle yesterday during a Washington, D.C. ceremony that marked the kickoff of GM's new Project Driveway initiative. Maj. Gen. Roger A. Nadeau (above), commander of the US Army's Research, Development and Engineering Command, was on hand to accept the keys fro