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The state of Colorado recently received $30 million from the federal government to add more natural gas cars to its vehicle fleet — and fill in the gaps between fueling stations for those cars.

The immediate goal is to cut down on fuel costs. The long-range strategy: spark consumer interest in — and demand for — vehicles that run on the homegrown fuel.

From the Here & Now Contributors Network, Pat Mack of Colorado Public Radio reports.

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  • Pat Mack, news host and reporter for Colorado Public Radio. He tweets @CPRMack.

This segment aired on February 13, 2014.

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