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Paying the IOU: Boulder and its Expiring Xcel Franchise
Columnist for the "Boulder Daily Camera"
With Xcel, Boulder pays Cadillac prices to cruise at the clean edge of the fossil fuel pack, but with a muni, we could be in a thrifty Prius zooming towards lots of wind and solar, shielded from coal's various costs.
What's at Stake in the Golden State? Corporate Cash vs. Progressive Populism
Chair, CA Democratic Party Women's Caucus
Nothing less than the biggest statehouse, the biggest Senate seat, and the future presidency of America is at stake here in the Golden State.
Props to Know in CA: Yes on 15, No on 16!
John Wellington Ennis
Filmmaker, Activist, Father
Pacific Gas & Electric has spent over $46 million to get you to vote for their monopoly in our elections.
Corporate "Smart" Initiatives Will Test California Voters' Smarts Tuesday
President, Consumer Watchdog
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.
PG&E Outspending Opponents $511 to $1 On Prop. 16 Campaign
PG&E Spending On Proposition 16 Reaches $44 MILLION
$30 vs. $30 Million -- How Social Media Will Bring a Corporate Giant to its Knees
Eco-Policy Filmmaker, Storyteller
Realizing Prop 16 would be bad for basically everyone but PG&E, a number of like-minded individuals got together and dug deep into our pockets, but none of us could find a thirty-million-dollar bill.
PG&E Prepared To Spend $35 On Ballot Measure
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