John Dunlap

Consultant to the Yes on 10 campaign

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Consultant to the Yes on 10 campaign

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Proposition 10  was put on next month's ballot by the  Clean Energy Fuels Corporation  in Seal Beach. It's owned by the Texas oilman T. Boone Pickens and produces natural gas.

Proposition 10: Environmental Protection or Corporate Giveaway?

Proposition 10 was put on next month's ballot by the Clean Energy Fuels Corporation in Seal Beach. It's owned by the Texas oilman T. Boone Pickens and produces natural gas.

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