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July 07, 2009



The H.R. 3088, The Jeremy Warriner Consumer Protection Act should be passed if we truly value justice.


This story is missing crucial information making it look like Chrysler doesnt care for its consumers. The reason for the "warning" label is because the assets of the company were all owned by the Bankrupcty at the time. Which means any claim would need to go through the court and not the actual company. In no way is the warning label to be interpereted to state the quality of the product.

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