House Panel Considers Privatizing Rail

March 11, 2011 by  
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After a third Republican governor said no to federal high-speed rail money citing potential cost overruns, a House committee is looking into building railways without federal involvement.

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Branch: A Cool New LED Garden Light Styled to Look Like a Twig

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We’re big fans of all of the futuristic new LED lights that have been popping up, but sometimes their shiny, modern looks distract from an outdoor space’s natural beauty. That’s why we were delighted when Modular Lighting Instruments introduced us to Branch

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Florida Launches the World’s First Hybrid Solar Energy Plant

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The Sunshine State is embracing solar energy with the launch of the world’s first hybrid solar energy plant — the Martin Next Generation Solar Energy Center . Situated in Martin County, the plant utilizes 190,000 solar thermal mirrors which track and harness the sun’s energy via hydraulic motors.

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