John Schwada

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Longtime politics, government and investigative reporter, now a contributor to LA Observed

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California solar-panel company Solyndra was visited by President Obama, who called it a  great example  of the green-energy economy, but it was really the Bush Administration's idea.

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California solar-panel company Solyndra was visited by President Obama, who called it a great example of the green-energy economy, but it was really the Bush Administration's idea.

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