California weighs self-driving car rules

The Hill discusses California's draft driverless car regulations with Marc Scribner. 

Marc Scribner, a research fellow for the Competitive Enterprise Institute, said the state proposal would threaten innovation, and he urged Congress to “slap down” California by explicitly preempting states when it comes to the safety performance and testing of self-driving cars.

The guidance already sought to clarify the federal role versus the state role, acknowledging the growing concern over a messy patchwork of state regulations.

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