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Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood says that  Cash for Clunkers  “has worked better than any other stimulus program that was conceived.”  It started off slowly on the first of July,…

Cash for Clunkers: Does Haste Make Waste?

Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood says that Cash for Clunkers “has worked better than any other stimulus program that was conceived.”  It started off slowly on the first of July,…

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Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood says it "has worked better than any other stimulus program that was conceived."

Cash for Clunkers: Does Haste Make Waste?

Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood says it "has worked better than any other stimulus program that was conceived."

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