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Industry’s Arch Nemesis Stepping Down

Joan Claybrook, who over her long career has often been a thorn in the side of the tire industry, is stepping down as head of consumer watchdog Public Citizen.


No replacement has been chosen, and Claybrook will remain on the group’s board.

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“As the winds of change sweep the nation and Washington, D.C., with promises for new policies to help the public, it is a good time for me to move on to other adventures,” said Claybrook, who was president of Public Citizen for the past 27 years after serving as NHTSA administrator during the Carter Administration.

In addition to fighting the auto and trucking industries on safety issues, Claybrook has been involved in numerous tire issues, from the Firestone 500 recall of the early 1970s to the Ford-Firestone tire issues in 2000, and was involved in the development of TREAD Act regulations. (Tire Review/Akron)

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