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Lina M. Khan was sworn in as Chair of the Federal Trade Commission on June 15, 2021.
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PRESS RELEASE: FTC Approves Final Orders Settling Charges That Used Auto Dealers Touted Inspections Without Disclosing That Some Cars Were Subject to Unrepaired Safety Recalls
PRESS RELEASE: CarMax and Two Other Dealers Settle FTC Charges That They Touted Inspections While Failing to Disclose Some of the Cars Were Subject to Unrepaired Safety Recalls