Articles and Editorials

Capitol Weekly Op-Ed / 4.29.2010

True impact on working people of AB 32 is no mere numbers game

By James Kellogg

It’s time for an honest discussion about how California’s global warming law (AB 32) will impact jobs in California. Working people in this state are suffering and they need real answers about its job impact, not theories, legacy politics and empty promises.

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LA Business Journal OP-ED / 4.19.2010

DWP Rate Hike a Shocking Maneuver

By Enrique Aranda

When are the politicians going to figure out that families and small businesses are barely making ends meet, and we cannot afford anymore electricity rate increases – especially for regulations that have no benefits?
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Los Angeles Times / 4.3.2008

L.A. mayor lobbies state to head off ‘rip-off’

Villaraigosa tells legislators a clean-air measure could benefit private utilities at the expense of Department of Water and Power customers.

By Patrick McGreevy, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer

SACRAMENTO — Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa lobbied state legislators Wednesday against what he termed a “rip-off” of Los Angeles residents by state officials, making his plea during a trip to the state Capitol that also renewed buzz about whether he will run for governor in 2010.
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