Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Editorial Says It's Time To Get Rid Of Emissions Law

An editorial in the Spokesman-Review calls for an end to Washington's auto emissions testing program. The program technically expires at the end of 2019, but the article says the emissions testing law is no longer applicable, what with more efficient vehicles and cleaner fuel sources being produced. It even suggests the money funding the program might be better spent on other transportation improvements. Here's the Spokesman-Review article.
 

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