The State Senate thinks there’s no reason to get vehicles inspected for safety every two years. It has voted to eliminate the program at the end of this year. St. Joseph Senator Charlie Shields says an inspection every two years isn’t the answer. Shields has no guarantees that his idea will get final approval in the Senate. He’s added it to another bill that has been sidelined because of opposition on the senate floor. But he says the repeal needs discussion.
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