For the firearms enthusiast it doesn get much better than this. Two floors of exhibits, 1,500 firearms upstairs and 1,200 downstairs, will keep those who have an interest occupied for a long time. One highlight is a 134 year old Winchester Model 1866 Lever Action Deluxe Sporting Rifle that looks brand new.
Actress Julia Louis Dreyfus and several environmental groups lobbied for the ban in Los Angeles. San Francisco Chronicle reports that Louis Dreyfus, during a public hearing, held up a bag, saying: “I have a quiz for everyone to take today. What is hideously ugly, gigantically dangerous and outrageously expensive, and yet we still use it every single day in Los Angeles? No, it is not the 405 (freeway), it is plastic bags.
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But up until this point we have only collected dead ones. Well, dead ones cannot bring us to their nest and that is the problem.”The Asian giant hornet (Vespa mandarinia) can be as big as a man thumb. It has a large orange head, black eyes and can deliver a nasty sting.
She noted that Massachusetts electric customers already pay some of the highest rates in the nation and that the state is “likely to remain at the top of that list.”The attorney general told the panel she supported the policy goals of the law, particularly the desire to address climate change and make the state more energy efficient. She cited a report from the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy that ranked Massachusetts as the nation most energy efficient state.Enhanced regulatory provisions under the law have helped save $389 million for consumers in utility rate setting procedures, Coakley added.The Green Communities Act requires utilities to purchase more electricity from renewable power sources, with a goal of having 25 percent of electricity coming from renewables including wind turbines, solar panels and biomass generators by 2030. It also asks utilities to consider cost effective alternatives to buying more electricity or constructing new power plants when demand for electricity increases.Richard Sullivan, the state Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs, said the law was the administration most significant green energy achievement to date.