Nader pans safety rules

Barnes, David
September 1996
Traffic World;9/30/96, Vol. 247 Issue 13, p12
Trade Publication
Focuses on consumer activist and Green Party presidential candidate Ralph Nader's attacks on President Bill Clinton's administration's highway safety policy. Accusations against Transportation Secretary Federico Pena, Federal Highway Administrator Rodney Slater and National Highway Traffic Safety Administrator Ricardo Martinez; Failure to develop safety initiatives.


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