As Congress considers the so-called "Clean Future Act," which would unfairly allow utilities to pass…
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Image of the Day: Electric Vehicle Irrationality

As Congress considers the so-called "Clean Future Act," which would unfairly allow utilities to pass the cost of electric vehicle charging stations that overwhelmingly benefit the rich to all utility customers, it's worth highlighting how even the New York Times acknowledges how impossible "Green New Deal" dreams for EVs really are:

[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="501"] Impossible Electric Vehicle Dreams[/caption]

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Thursday, March 31 2011

Disneyland Resorts is being sued by a man who alleges violations of the Americans With Disabilities Act after he was trapped on Disney's "It's A Small World" ride for 40 minutes.
 
Jose Martinez, who is a quadriplegic, sued Disneyland in federal court for negligence, emotional distress and liability, claiming Disneyland didn't have proper procedures in place for evacuating disabled passengers from the ride.  Martinez alleges Disney employees left him on the ride for 40 minutes after it had stalled while staff evacuated other passengers.  He further alleges employees did not summon paramedics when his blood-pressure spiked while he was trapped on the ride.
 
Disneyland Resorts issued a statement indicating that it is accessible to all guests and has procedures in place for evacuating disabled customers.
 
—Source:  msnbc.com

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