'Marketplace' Report: Bush Playing Fuel Favorites? A dozen governors are charging the White House with catering fuel economy standards to car companies. The governors say the move protects the auto industry from more stringent emissions standards.
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'Marketplace' Report: Bush Playing Fuel Favorites?

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'Marketplace' Report: Bush Playing Fuel Favorites?

'Marketplace' Report: Bush Playing Fuel Favorites?

'Marketplace' Report: Bush Playing Fuel Favorites?

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A dozen U.S. governors are charging the Bush Administration with offering fuel economy standards that are better for car companies than for consumers and the environment. The governors say the move protects the auto industry from more stringent emissions standards. John Dimsdale tells Madeleine Brand about the controversy.