Automakers line up to support Obama's "historic" fuel efficiency standards

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President Obama: "The single most important step we've ever taken as a nation to reduce our dependence on foreign oil"

President Barack Obama took a short break from the US debt negotiations to announce new fuel efficiency rules for cars and vans, hailing the new standards as "the single most important step we've ever...

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