The Post covers the “lobbying frenzy” over the crisis facing American automakers.
Last week it was auto industry suppliers. Yesterday it was mayors from the nation’s biggest cities. Now, auto dealers from across the country have arrived in Washington.
Separately, a small group of active and retired auto workers from Michigan, Indiana and other states piled into their cars Sunday and drove through the night to Washington. After arriving yesterday morning, they marched to the Capitol and walked uninvited into the office of Sen. Richard C. Shelby.