Candy Lightner, left, founder and president of (MADD) Mothers Against Drunk Drivers, faces reporters on June 14, 1983, at Capitol Hill, Washington. Lightner is joined by Sen. Richard Lugar, R-Ind., and Transportation Secretary Elizabeth Dole. The three favor a national drinking age of 21.
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U.S. Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner, right, walks through Ford Motor Co.'s Chicago Stamping Plant on Wednesday as part of his visit to the Chicago area. At left is Gloria Georger, plant manager. Geithner's tour of the plant was designed to highlight the importance of investing in manufactur…
U.S. Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner walks through Ford Motor Co.'s Chicago Stamping Plant in Chicago Heights on Wednesday with Gloria Georger, the plant's manager. At left rear is Ziad Ojakli, Ford's group vice president of government and community relations, and U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.
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