CLAYCOMO — A state panel said Wednesday that Missouri must do more to make sure it doesn't get left behind as the automotive industry moves toward more energy-efficient vehicles and the development of alternative energy sources, such as biofuels or power cells.
UPDATE:Missouri auto task force releases recommendations
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