It looks like E-checks in Ohio will be sticking around for a while. Results from an Ohio University study show the state will have to continue the tailpipe testing to meet new federal ground-level ozone standards.
Since 1996, the state has required E-checks in our area. The full report will be released in about two weeks.
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