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Kerry wants to reward automakers who build fuel-efficient cars, in a move to sway both Michigan vote into his favor. The Detroit Free Press reports from the DNC in Boston:
Framing it as a national security and foreign-policy concern rather than an environmental one, Sen. John Kerry in his much-anticipated speech tonight is expected to call on the nation and auto industry to support a $10-billion plan to dramatically reduce America’s dependence on Middle Eastern oil.
The Bush campaign has been known to lie to Michigan’s workers, telling fibs and tall tales about how fuel-efficient cars will reduce jobs.
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