YES! All federal buildings should use green energy!
NO! That's a huge gift to the solar panel industry.


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arky12 8 years 3 weeks ago

Most definitely, and State buildings as well. Also be nice to have a solar panel program similar to Germany's for our homes. I would certainly install them.

markincorsicana 8 years 3 weeks ago

Well, maybe not the Reagan library, he did remove Carter's solar panels from the White House.

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historywriter 8 years 3 weeks ago

arky: what is the German program. (Although it sounds like a cold day in hell before we'd get something like whatever you are advocating.)

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