At last, the very popular government program, which quickly ran out of money this summer and had to be re-funded with $2 billion, has run out of cash again and will end on Monday. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood made the announcement today. If you want to read about what happens to all these clunky cars as they die, the Washington Post has a (surprisingly gruesome) account of their death throes. [Politico]
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