California's Clean Vehicle Rebate Project (CVRP) received another boost in funds just days ago when the California Air Resource Board (CARB) backed the program with an additional $5 million earmarked for the 2010-11 fiscal year. Combined with the $4.1 million announced earlier this year, the CVRP now has $9.1 million at its disposal, though some of the funds have already been claimed by buyers snatching up qualifying vehicles.
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As we mentioned earlier, political battles in Pennsylvania are bringing Gov. Edward Rendell and some state legislators into conflict over the right way to proceed with the states Clean Vehicles Program. While that debate continues the state would like citizens to know that they can still get a $500 rebate if they buy a full hybrid vehicles (for now, that means buying a Toyota Prius, Camry or Highlander; Ford Escape; Honda Civic; Mercury Mariner SUV; or Saturn VUE). The state has so far awarded o
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