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Herbie's Clean Air

8 Guv plans to clean up Utah's air



Eight points in Gov. Gary Herbert’s plan to clean up Utah’s air:

8. Develop some of those cool Jetsons cars that go “Bbbbbbbbbbbb!”

7. Or some of those foot-powered Flintstones cars.

6. Essentially, divert more funds toward green, cartoon-based technology.

5. Rebrand state’s top polluters as “Corporate Frenemies” and “Stadium Builders.”

4. Relegate all smoking activity to the North Salt Lake Maverik parking lot.

3. Launch new $5 million ad campaign: “Give a Hoot—Stay Inside, Mm-k?”

2. Tailpipe condoms.

1. Hold breath until gubernatorial term is over.

Twitter: @Bill_Frost