California Aims to Crack Down on Smog Testing Stations

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California's dirty air cost $193 million in medical care from 2005 until 2007. The State Air Resources Board has released a finding that 70 tons of pollutants are released every day from older cars that supposedly passed their smog tests.


Dimitri Stanich - Public Information Officer, California Air Resources Board, Mike Eng - California State Assemblyman (D-San Gabriel Valley), Dennis DeCota - Executive Director, California Service Station and Automotive Repair Association

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Andrea Brody, Christian Bordal, Darrell Satzman