Illinois plans a serious reduction of its vehicle emissions-test (I/M) program expeditures, David Kolaz, Illinois Environmental Protection Agency chief of the Bureau of Air and Radiation, tells Ward's. Kolaz is under pressure to scale back the program due to the state's financial crisis, the need to spend more on industrial pollution permitting and new EPA data that indicates vehicle emissions testing achieves much less air-quality gain than originally claimed. The tests' ...
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