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SoCal air quality regulators mulling hike in vehicle registration fees for smog reduction

Air quality regulators are considering seeking an increase in vehicle registration fees for millions of Southern California drivers to help pay for smog reduction programs. The idea, though still in preliminary stages, would be one component of a funding proposal under development by the South...
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