Arizona Air Clean-Up

Last April, Arizona implemented a program to clear up the smoggy skyline. The idea, give people tax breaks for buying clean cars. The problem, the state was a bit too generous, and citizens a bit too eager. Now the program's threatening to eat up seven percent of the budget. NPR's Mark Moran reports.

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