Ira Ruskin

Assemblyman from Redwood City, CA

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Assemblyman from Redwood City, CA representing the twenty-first district which encompasses neighborhoods south of San Francisco, including much of Silicon Valley

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Last year, Democrats and one Republican passed  AB 32 , which calls for California to reduce greenhouse gases 25% by the year 2020.  With a pat on the back from then-Prime Minister…

The State of California’s Plan to Reduce Greenhouse gas Emissions

Last year, Democrats and one Republican passed AB 32 , which calls for California to reduce greenhouse gases 25% by the year 2020.  With a pat on the back from then-Prime Minister…

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