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The Chicago Tribune (4/25, Callahan) reported, "U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood on Friday said he planned to urge carmakers to crash-test child safety seats in their vehicles and recommend which child restraints are the safest in each auto, responding to a Chicago Tribune investigation." The proposed "new system would be a victory for parents who struggle to find the best car seats for their children." Lahood said, "What I’d like to talk to the car manufacturers about is the idea that they get some seats, they put them in their car, they crash test them so they can tell people ‘This is the best seat for this model car.’"

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