Sean McAlinden

Center for Automotive Research

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Chief economist and Vice President of Research at the Center for Automotive Research, a nonprofit auto research think tank based in Ann Arbor, Michigan

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The auto industry and the cars Americans drive could be radically altered by Obama Administration efforts to increase vehicle mileage standards.

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The auto industry and the cars Americans drive could be radically altered by Obama Administration efforts to increase vehicle mileage standards.

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As the President and Congressional leaders work on possible tax reform and massive cuts in Social Security and Medicare, other changes might be in store.

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