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D.C. Auto Week And More With "Motor Week" Host John Davis

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This week has been a big one for automotive news in the D.C. region. A General Motors plant near Baltimore was selected to manufacture new electric motors. Pepco is launching a test of electric car charging stations across the region. And the Washington Auto Show opens today in D.C.

Morning Edition host Matt McCleskey talks with John Davis, host of public television's long running newsmagazine "Motor Week..."

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