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The New Chevrolet Blazer May Ignite A Tweetstorm When President Trump Realizes It’s Built In Mexico

Good morning! Welcome to The Morning Shift, your roundup of the auto news you crave, all in one place every weekday morning. Here are the important stories that are your air, that you need to know to live.Read more… Continue Reading at http://jalopnik.com

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Lawsuit Claims $1.6-Billion Toyota-Mazda Factory Could Push Fish Species To Extinction

During the entire last half of 2017, more than a dozen U.S. states were making a fuss to become the site of a $1.6-billion production plant for Toyota and Mazda. Now that the companies have picked Alabama, the fuss has changed—the plant could put a rare fish species at risk of extinction, according to a […]

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Chevrolet Dealership Reportedly Backs Out Of Event Where EPA Chief Was Set To Axe Obama Pollution Rules

A Chevrolet dealership in Chantilly, Virginia has reportedly cancelled a planned event hosting EPA Chief Scott Pruitt tomorrow in a claimed effort to avoid the Chevy brand being associated with an expected announcement about the government rolling back Obama-era emissions standards and California’s right to set its…Read more… Continue Reading at http://jalopnik.com

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Israeli PM Netanyahu Is In Big Trouble For Several Things, Including A Failed Auto Plant Deal

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is under intense pressure to resign following a recommendation of indictment by Israeli police on multiple allegations of bribery. The counts include a failed plan to establish a Tata Motors production plant in a newly established free trade zone.Read more… Continue Reading at http://jalopnik.com

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It’s Infrastructure Week, Again!!!

Long ago, when my blogging hands weren’t so frail, President Donald Trump revealed a vague outline for a $200 billion privatization-centric infrastructure program. Trump even dedicated an Infrastructure Week to highlight his supreme dedication to the infrastructure. But still, a year later, we have nothing beyond that…Read more… Continue Reading at http://jalopnik.com

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