Will Batteries Charge Michigan's Economy?
DETROIT -- A year ago, a confident Chrysler opened the North American International Auto Show with Dodge trucks herding cattle down Jefferson Avenue.
This year, Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm came to Cobo on a mule.
A mule, of course, is Detroit-speak for a prototype automobile, and while Granholm’s ride boasted significantly less horsepower than last year’s methane-emitting stampede, the governor seemed at last on the right road after years of a visionless policy for Auto Industry 2.0.
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