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There is news tonight concerning the biggest safety recall in U.S. history involving some 69 million defective car airbags. Government regulators say it's taking far too long to swap out the defective bags with new ones. So far, less than 20 percent have been replaced. So today, the Department of Transportation laid out a new plan to speed up the process, deciding which cars get fixed first. Here's NBC Tom Costello. Next time you're on the road, look around. Roughly 1 out of every six cars has a...
- Tom Costello
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