Martin Schlageter

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Director of the Coalition for Clean Air

Martin Schlageter on KCRW

Two Texas oil companies are funding an effort to delay  AB 32 , the law signed by Governor Schwarzenegger to curb greenhouse gases.  While signatures are still being gathered, the…

Los Angeles Is Still the Smoggiest!

Two Texas oil companies are funding an effort to delay AB 32 , the law signed by Governor Schwarzenegger to curb greenhouse gases.  While signatures are still being gathered, the…

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