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Quote of the Day - The release of atomic energy has not created a new problem. It has merely made more urgent the necessity of solving an existing one. - Albert Einstein
Why Read 2,800 Pages When You Can Read 46?
If you're at all concerned with energy, foreign oil, solar, daylight savings time, rights of way for utilities and easements or ethanol, and don't want to read the 1,724 pages of the new Energy Policy Act of 2005 or the 1,077-page transportation bill, just signed into law by President Bush, then saunter your mouse on over to this Lexis news site.
You can skip easily through the 16-page Special Alert prepared by Jones Day, and a second, 30-page Special Alert that covers both bills, prepared by Michael Gerrard, an editor of the Environmental Law Practice Guide.