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Friday, December 28, 2018

SELF DRIVE Act Dies in the Senate

The shutdown is getting the most attention right now, but one of the bills that died when the Senate adjourned last week was the SELF DRIVE Act, designed to regulate and create federal safety standards for self-driving cars.  Politico had an article summarizing the fate of various bills, and it said this about the SELF DRIVE Act:

— Self-driving, but not self-passing: Senators conceded earlier this week that the SELF DRIVE Act, H.R. 3388 (115), would not be passed in 2018. House Energy and Commerce Chairman Greg Walden (R-Ore.) called it "extremely disappointing that the Senate will not be able to finish its work on self-driving car legislation this year.” The proposal would regulate and create federal safety standards for self-driving cars.

https://lawprofessors.typepad.com/tortsprof/2018/12/self-drive-act-dies-in-the-senate.html

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