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Nothing less than the biggest statehouse, the biggest Senate seat, and the future presidency of America is at stake here in the Golden State.
Pacific Gas & Electric has spent over $46 million to get you to vote for their monopoly in our elections.
Spending tens of millions of dollars on deceptive TV advertising could be enough to buy public policy in California. You can bet companies across America will be watching closely to see what happens.
This story comes courtesy of California Watch.
By Lance Williams
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In a stat...
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