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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - Ken Green
There are still times when it feels as if electrodes are hooked to what remains of Ken Green's right leg.
Atlanta-based rock band Drivin' N Cryin' has plenty of reason to cry _ they'll be driving to their next gig without more than $50,000 worth of vintage equipment that was swiped from a hotel.
Atlanta-based rock band Drivin' N Cryin' has plenty of reason to cry: They'll be driving to their next gig without more than $50,000 of vintage and custom equipment that was swiped from a hotel.
Green said he did not authorize or hire any lobbyists on behalf of GFS because he was skeptical about broadening into the markets for on-road trucks.
The tax credits proposed by the bill would do little to offset the cost to buyers of the off-road trucks, which can cost as much as $8 million, Green said.