Did Ford Mislead Congress?

As doubts over Ford's tire tests arise, tough new bills flourish

Minutes after a Ford Motor Co. corporate jet landed at Washington's Dulles International Airport on Sept. 15, carrying more than a dozen crates of internal Ford documents, Congressional investigators began their hunt. For four days, they searched for evidence to back up Ford CEO Jacques Nasser's testimony that the company had tested the now-recalled Bridgestone/Firestone ATX and Wilderness tires in real-world conditions on Ford Explorers, a combination that has been implicated in 103 deaths.

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