Eco-News Roundup: Friday March 4

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Opting Out: States could opt out of health care reform as early as 2014.

End of Life: Huckabee admits if he gets really sick later, he won’t be able to pay for it.

Come Together: DoD and VA could cut costs by consolidating drug programs.

Killer Plan: The gentleman from Wyoming has a climate plan: do nothing.

Billion Dollar Babies: Pa. law cuts health care for the poor, benefits big businesses.

Q&A, Hold the A: Pro-life organization refuses interview, then blasts journalists.

Funding Gap: GOP proposes no federal funding for abortions, even though there’s none presently.

Big Band: Elphants play drums and percussion, displaying intelligence and rhythm.

BP’s Back: BP’s just been approved to start deep-water drilling again.

 

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