“I am strongly opposed to the E-Check system we have now. I think it’s unfair,” said state Sen. Steve Austria, R-Beavercreek. “We need to see evidence that this is actually working and having an impact on our environment.”
Other legislators are even more direct.
“This is the year to eliminate E-Check and find another way to deal with this issue. I understand we’re going to have to do something to keep the Feds happy, but let’s find the least invasive, least expensive, least impacting method,” said state Sen. Tim Grendell, R-Chesterland, a lawyer who once sued the state over E-Check and lost.
—Dayton Daily News
There’s absolutely no reason that I should be forced to pay $20 every 2 years just for somebody to make sure that the Check Engine light on my ’98 Lumina isn’t on.