Three of Maine's four gubernatorial candidates would suspend the state's new aut
Three of Maine's four gubernatorial candidates would suspend the state's new automobile emissions testing program if elected, while Maine Greens candidate Jonathan Carter would expand it to cover all cars in the state. Democratic candidate Joseph Brennan wants lawmakers to impose a four-month moratorium on testing, while Republican candidate Susan Collins and independent candidate Angus King would suspend the program in the seven counties where it is mandated and limit testing to the three urban areas where the federal government insists it must be done. Details, interview with U.S. Senator George Mitchell, the principal author of the federal Clean Air Act of 1990, which triggered the state's emissions testing program.
Air -- Standards, Candidates -- Political -- 1994
"Three of Maine's four gubernatorial candidates would suspend the state's new aut" (1994). Maine News Index – Portland Press Herald. 14294.