Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Sierra Club California Welcomes Karen Bass

Sierra Club California honors newly sworn-in Assembly Speaker Karen Bass. Her historic day also represents a great day for clean air, clean water and a healthy California.

We're pleased to see such a strong ally ascend to one of the state's most powerful positions. Assembly Speaker Bass voted with the environment on 12 out of 12 key bills last year, supporting water conservation, alternative fuels and green buildings. In 2006, she stood with environmentalists to support AB 32, the Global Warming Solutions Act, and 10 other key measures to again score 100 percent on our environmental report card.

Assembly Speaker Bass has made addressing the state's troubled budget her top priority. We look forward to working with her to ensure Californians have access to the natural places we love and to protect our air, water and atmosphere.”

- Statement, Sierra Club California Director Bill Magavern

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2006 and 2007 report cards.

Read more about Sierra Club California's budget worries


Marla said...

Infrastructure upgrade linked to mass fraud/corruption - suspected homicide!

City of Fresno lying to property owners about sewage back spills during felony altering of city sewer/water lines;
deliberate exposure followed by illness, infections, death. Altering property lines as private property torn up and patched back to access sewer/water lines. Clamping lines throughout town; no permits or inspections; massive code violations. Loosening clamps to condemn property; run people off. Illegal altering of PG&E's utility poles. Perjury to discredit own records. Trail of ID theft, forged deeds of victims never seen again, illegal conversion of assets. Real estate fraud/theft, suspected arson - I can name 30-40 deaths/poisonings/disappearances linked to this operation. Residents of Fresno are being annihilated! Click below:

Autry's Atrocities

Sierra Club California said...

Sierra Club California doesn't endorse the above comment, but we do support our site acting as an open forum when we can.