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Street racers in the city of brotherly love may have to give up their beloved car-roids, except at the track or the dentist's. If a state lawmaker gets his way, a driver tagged for speeding in Pennsylvania, in a car fitted with a working nitrous-oxide system, could end up with an extra $500 tacked on to the speeding fine. The bill, which passed in the house 196-0 is under consideration the state Senate.

Pennsylvania House Wants to Ban Nitrous Oxide [The Newspaper]