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D.C. Council to businesses: Stop paying to air condition the whole neighborhood

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Buried in energy legislation the D.C. Council is taking up Thursday is a requirement that businesses and commercial establishments keep their doors closed if they have the air conditioning on. The proposed law, up for first reading on Thursday, applies to any "income producing" commercial properties like office buildings, retail stores and service facilities. It exempts small stores, hotels and...

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