Rosemary Shahan is a consumer advocate who’s been at the forefront of auto policy for nearly four decades. Through her organization Consumers for Auto Reliability and Safety (CARS), she has run successful campaigns to make vehicles safer and prevent used-car company rip-offs. A board member at the Consumer Federation of America, Shahan was responsible for California’s first auto lemon law (which became a national model), the federal airbag mandate, and much more.
Right now, Shahan is locked out of her Twitter account, over a claim of “abusive behavior.” That behavior involves two tweets where Shahan is engaging in the same
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