Conn. bill sets inspections fora
State Rep. Tom Vicino, a Democrat from Clinton, has proposed a bill that would require the Department of Motor Vehicles to periodically inspect any registered vehicle with an odometer mileage reading of more than 100,000. Vicino, a first-term lawmaker, is the owner-operator of Superior Auto in Westbrook and a former member of the Connecticut Auto ... (more)
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#1 Feb 19, 2013
It should surprise no one that Rep. Vicino in his private life is the owner of a car dealership, and would stand to personally benefit from this type of bill.
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