A state technician in California prepares to test the diesel emissions of a 2013 Volkswagen Passat in this file photo from 2015. The N.C. Department of Environmental Quality is looking for ideas for how to spend $92 million from a settlement over cheating by the company that made its cars appear to be in compliance with emissions regulations during testing.
A state technician in California prepares to test the diesel emissions of a 2013 Volkswagen Passat in this file photo from 2015. The N.C. Department of Environmental Quality is looking for ideas for how to spend $92 million from a settlement over cheating by the company that made its cars appear to be in compliance with emissions regulations during testing. DAVID MCNEW NYT
A state technician in California prepares to test the diesel emissions of a 2013 Volkswagen Passat in this file photo from 2015. The N.C. Department of Environmental Quality is looking for ideas for how to spend $92 million from a settlement over cheating by the company that made its cars appear to be in compliance with emissions regulations during testing. DAVID MCNEW NYT

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