The Arizona Joint Legislative I/M Study Committee established by the Governor earlier this year met Nov. 30,1999 to hear testimony on reasons for and ways to restructure the I/M vehicle emissions testing program in the Phoenix area. Most of the testimony was given by Douglas R. Lawson, a research scientist who has acted as a technical consultant to the California I/M Review Committee. Mr. Lawson pointed out that current I/M-240 type programs result in a 7% gain in test fleet CO emissions ...

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