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Party Against Prop 23
No on Dirty Energy 

Texas oil companies are spending millions on their deceptive ballot campaign to pass Prop. 23, the dirty energy proposition, which would effectively repeal California’s landmark clean energy and climate solutions law, AB 32.

On September 23, we’ll premiere an exciting new mini-documentary, which will shed light on our state’s cutting-edge global warming and clean energy policies and the oil companies’ efforts to derail them. All over the state, concerned Californians like you will gather to view the documentary and team up with like-minded friends and allies to take action to defeat Prop 23.

The party agenda will include: registration, introductions, viewing the mini-documentary, a conference call for a real-time update on the campaign and how you can make a difference, as well as time for wrap-up and planning "No on 23" outreach.

Find out more about Prop 23, the dirty energy proposition, here.

Party Against "Dirty Energy" Prop 23

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Diane E.
Davis, 95616
09/23/2010 7:00 PM-8:30 PM PST
Main Event
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10 People Attending 140 Spaces Left
 
Do Not Reverse California's Clean Air Act
Two Texas oil companies are spending millions to push Prop. 23, a deceptive ballot proposition that would kill California clean energy and air pollution control standards. Four years ago, with support from businesses, labor, environmental and health organizations, California passed a clean air law AB 32 that holds polluters accountable and requires them to reduce air pollution that threatens human health and contributes to global climate change. This law, building on decades of state clean energy policies, has launched our state to the forefront of the clean technology industry sparking innovation and clean energy businesses that are creating hundreds of thousands of new California jobs. But the oil companies' Prop. 23 would allow polluters to avoid our state's clean energy standards, kill competition and jobs from California's clean technology companies, and keep us addicted to dirty fossil fuels.