Headlines I Wish I Hadn’t Seen

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  1. Connor says:

    “Washington, D.C., acknowledged the concerns over the LEED standards but has no plans to back off the mandate. Since 2010, the city has taken in $5.2 million in permit fees for the program.”

    Ahhh. The real reason for continuing the program

  2. Cyrus says:

    If the green building utilizes the recycled energy, that would be another story.

  3. Studebaker says:

    …figures show that 4.2 million people have selected health plans … Insurance industry officials …tell POLITICO that about 15 to 20 percent people who have signed up have not yet paid their first monthly premium — the final step to get coverage.

    Of those who have paid their premiums, many will stop paying premiums. The ones most likely to stop are those who are healthy and don’t need care. The ones who are sick will continue paying. Maybe their hospital will pay the premiums.

  4. Cyrus says:

    The White House has no idea how many people are fully enrolled in ObamaCare? How comes?

    • Perry says:

      It doesn’t matter. At some point they will probably make up some numbers anyway.

      • Trent says:

        They already have

      • Cyrus says:

        But that is their key policy for election. No matter it is popular or terrible, they have to grasp the basic information. Who else should know the exact number other than the White House?

  5. Cyrus says:

    For the wanted felons, the federal government should do something this time. How can we let them escape so easily. A specific institution should be established to command the state police department.

  6. PJ says:

    “LEED grades buildings on ideal conditions…but it doesn’t actually look at how much energy is actually used once the building is occupied.”

    So you can have a platinum LEED ranking and be the biggest energy user on the block!