Peter Welch

President, California New Car Dealers Association

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Peter Welch on KCRW

As it was leaving town for the August recess last Friday, the House of Represented voted to spend another $2 billion on  Cash for Clunkers —which ran through its first billion in less…

Cash for Clunkers Running on Fumes

As it was leaving town for the August recess last Friday, the House of Represented voted to spend another $2 billion on Cash for Clunkers —which ran through its first billion in less…

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Billboards, radio ads and reminders by mail are urging California consumers to “Buy Now,” before the state sales tax goes up tomorrow by one cent on the dollar.  We look at tomorrow's…

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Billboards, radio ads and reminders by mail are urging California consumers to “Buy Now,” before the state sales tax goes up tomorrow by one cent on the dollar.  We look at tomorrow's…

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