The White House on Tuesday withdrew the nomination of Ann Carlson to lead the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration amid Republican and industry group opposition. 
President Biden nominated Carlson, who is currently the acting head of the Department of Transportation subagency, back in February, and her nomination was sent to the Senate Commerce Committee a month later. 
Carlson is the third Biden nominee that has faltered upon being sent to the Senate’s commerce panel. 

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White House Withdraws Nominee To Run NHTSA - Third Department Lead To Be Deemed As Unqualified

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