Catherine Witherspoon

Former Executive Director of the California Air Resources Board

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Former Executive Director of the California Air Resources Board

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Governor Schwarzenegger  has basked in international publicity over efforts to clean up the air and control greenhouse gases.

State Air Official Quits; Blames Governor’s Office For Interference

Governor Schwarzenegger has basked in international publicity over efforts to clean up the air and control greenhouse gases.

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