A far-reaching, 153-page report by the Illinois Auditor General says the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency did not comply with state law and its contract regarding (emissions test) lane inspector training and certification. This bears directly on a key reason why the Auditor General was asked to study the I/M program: motorist complaints about how the testing contractor is damaging vehicles and handling damage claims. The report says, "If Envirotest (the test contractor) does not ...

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