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DateArticleAgency/Author/Speaker
February 25, 2014Child Restraint SystemsDavid J. Friedman
April 7, 2014Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Rear Visibility; Final RuleDavid J. Friedman
April 25, 2014Remarks Prepared for David Friedman, Acting Administrator National Highway Traffic Safety Administrator Press Event with NYC Officials on Pedestrian SafetyDavid Friedman
April 25, 2014Remarks Prepared for David Friedman, Acting Administrator National Highway Traffic Safety Administrator World Traffic Safety SymposiumDavid Friedman
April 25, 2014U.S. Department of Transportation Announces Winners of Pedestrian Safety GrantsNHTSA
May 16, 2014Remarks prepared for David Friedman, Acting Administrator National Highway Traffic Safety Administration GM Consent Order Press ConferenceDavid Friedman
July 9, 2014Make Inoperative Exemptions; Vehicle Modifications To Accommodate People With Disabilities; Ejection Mitigation; Lamps, Reflective Devices, and Associated EquipmentDavid J. Friedman
September 26, 2014Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Designated Seating PositionsDavid J. Friedman
October 31, 2014Aston Martin Lagonda Limited; Partial Grant of Petition for Temporary Exemption From New Requirements of Standard No. 214David J. Friedman
November 28, 2014Retrospective Regulatory Review--State Safety Plan Development and ReportingGregory G. Nadeau
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December 30, 2014Retrospective Regulatory Review--State Safety Plan Development and ReportingGregory G. Nadeau
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January 2, 2015Toyota Motor North America, Inc.; Grant of Petition for Temporary Exemption from an Electrical Safety Requirement of FMVSS No. 305David J. Friedman
January 16, 2015Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Electric-Powered Vehicles; Electrolyte Spillage and Electrical Shock ProtectionDavid J. Friedman


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