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Motor Vehicles Manufacturers Association v. State Farm 463 U.S. 29 (1983) is a United States Supreme Court decision concerning regulations requiring passive restraints in cars. In it the Court struck down an order by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration rescinding regulations requiring either airbags or automatic seat belts in new cars.


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