Dan Farber

Director, UC Berkeley's Environmental Law Program

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Professor of Law at the University of California Berkeley and director of its Environmental Law Program

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Proposition 23  on the November ballot would suspend Governor Schwarzenegger's proudest achievement,  AB 32 .

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Proposition 23 on the November ballot would suspend Governor Schwarzenegger's proudest achievement, AB 32 .

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