A joint Illinois House/Senate Legislative Commission has authorized the state's Auditor General to conduct an investigation of the I/M-240 vehicle emissions testing (I/M) program, due largely to vehicle damage claimed by motorists for which the program contractor, Envirotest Illinois, refuses to pay. The Auditor General is asked to consider whether the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is adequately monitoring the test contractor operations and handling of complaints and also ...
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