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Authorities in the Mile High City may be fixin' to put down their emissions testing program like a huntin' dog with a busted nose. Back in the 1970s, Denver had the highest carbon monoxide numbers in the nation and enacted tailpipe testing in 1980. Now, with the advent of 'lectronic smog-suppressin' wizardry and sneaky sniffer vans to hunt down gross emitters like the wretched vermin they are, some officials are wondering if the return on the $26 mil a year invested in the program is too low.

Colordado may end Denver tailpipe testing [UPI]

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