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Is it environmental awareness or political correctness? That's the question swirling around a bill recently introduced in the Michigan House that would require driver's education programs to propagate environmental doctrines to new drivers, reports the Detroit News. State Rep. Bert Johnson, D-Detroit, introduced the bill last month that would require driver's ed programs to promote a number of "green" lessons, including the importance of carpooling and using public transportation; the benefits of fuel-efficient vehicles; how to maximize vehicle economy through maintenance and driving techniques; and the recycling of fluids and parts. Pam Morse, owner of Champion Driving School, said she
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