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Tuesday, December 05, 2006 

"Car Buyer's Bill of Rights"

Sen.-elect Ron Latz (DFL-St. Louis Park) has made his first issue of his first Senate term...used cars.
Sen.-elect Ron Latz, DFL-St. Louis Park, says he's concerned that consumers can't return used cars. Latz says he's heard complaints from people who realized they couldn't afford car payments, but didn't realize it until they had already bought the car.
Of all the good things that a DFL Legislature will be able to do, this is not high on my list. Latz may be onto something here, as some used car dealers are known to be less than scrupulous, but there are other issues that are owed some urgency. Even if this issue genuinely needs to be addressed, it and others like it cannot be allowed to distract the Governor and Legislature from the issues that truly cannot wait.

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