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Senator Harris takes aim at Trump antitrust probe of automakers over emissions

Reuters Friday, 13 September 2019
U.S. Senator and Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris on Friday asked a government watchdog to look into the Trump administration's decision to launch an antitrust probe into four automakers cooperating with California on tighter greenhouse gas emissions limits that Trump is trying to eliminate.
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