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The 1 Thing Congress Actually Agrees on? Self-Driving Cars, Apparently

A future where self-driving cars are more common than human drivers might not be as far off as you'd think - and somehow, it appears to be the one thing that Congress can agree on. The US House of Representatives passed the Safely Ensuring Lives Future Deployment and Research in Vehicle Evolution (SELF DRIVE) Act on Sept. 6, clearing the path for regulation of self-driving car manufacturers.
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