Senators introduced a bill Thursday to incentivize auto-manufacturing employees to report defects.
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The senator said he wants the CEO of General Motors to testify before Congress about faulty parts.
The senator cited the threat from ISIS as a reason the U.S. should reconsider its visa travel agreements.
The senator asked the Federal Highway Administration to investigate potentially dangerous guardrails.
Blumentha said the FTC should stop carmakers from telling consumers that servicing their vehicle outside a dealership voids warranties.
Senators urged the Consumer Product Safety Commission not to issue a safety standard for recreational vehicles.
Sens. Markey and Blumenthal told regulators that the regional vehicle recall system is flawed.
The senator said she isn’t convinced refurbishing one of only two polar icebreakers is a smart investment.
Roberts blasted the president’s handling of the Ebola crisis.
Markey urged the Department of Transportation to ban e-cigarettes on commercial flights.