CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 14, 1984
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REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Denver, Colorado) City's problem with smog caused by auto emissions and industry examined; level of emissions compared to Environmental Protection Agency standards noted. [Mayor Federico PENA - recalls city once had clean air.] City's ad campaign discussed. Governor Richard Lamm's warning of loss of federal funds if problem isn't remedied mentioned. [PEOPLE - disagree over use of autos.]
REPORTER: Bob McNamara
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