The backers of the Yes on Proposition 23 campaign in California have plenty of reasons to be embarrassed: · Their key talking points are based on lies. · An overwhelming majority of their funding comes from oil and coal companies. · Some of their key organizers are actually proud to be funded by out-of-state oil companies. · Their advertisements are designed to mislead Californians. Even more embarrassing is the fact that their entire campaign is based on a falsehood. While the Yes on 23 campaign claims that the Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006 is harmful to the economy, they’ve …
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Josh Nelson is a campaign manager at CREDO Mobile.
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