A bill that would require car buyers to send a letter outlining their complaints to a dealer before taking legal action stumbled through the Senate Commerce and Tourism Committee on Tuesday.
Though it passed on a 7-4 party line vote, with Democrats on the panel voting against it, some Republicans said they would not be able to vote for SB 292 on the floor if it wasn’t amended to make it more consumer friendly.
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