Three US House lawmakers ask GAO to review delay in NHTSA’s vehicle safety rulemaking process

Policy & Regulation

NHTSA have failed to implement nearly 20 congressionally mandated rulemakings, reports, and research initiatives by their statutory deadlines

Three Democrats in the US House of Representatives— Frank Pallone, Jan Schakowsky and Lisa Blunt Rochester — have asked the Government Accountability Office (GAO) to probe why US auto safety regulators have failed to write a “dozen” of new vehicle safety rules, Reuters reported on 17 September.

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