Logue: Big money beat Proposition 23

Logue: Big money beat Proposition 23

There are 7 comments on the Oroville Mercury-Register story from Nov 3, 2010, titled Logue: Big money beat Proposition 23. In it, Oroville Mercury-Register reports that:

Assemblyman Dan Logue, R-Linda, said big money defeated Proposition 23, which would have put the brakes on Assembly Bill 32, the state's clean-air act.

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Houston, MO

#1 Nov 4, 2010
Logue has got to be on drugs. He complains about big money influencing the vote? The Koch brothers, Valero, and others bought Logue and tried to buy the process. Logue is irresponsible and reprehensible.


#2 Nov 4, 2010
We the people spoke AssemblyPerson Logue...the rest of the state has a bigger dream for California, the U.S. and the world.

Chico, CA

#3 Nov 4, 2010
Good thing it was defeated. It would have shot one bright star in California's economy, green industry, in the foot.
dave ramirez

Long Beach, CA

#4 Nov 4, 2010
Honestly, do people really believe that oil is running out? The fact is that this planet will not run out of oil in thousands of years. Where is their science? Oh wait, I forgot about the science behind Global warming. Once again we are told "get out of California". Necessity breeds inovation, not tax them until they quit using what we don't want them to use. What a pitiful situation.

Oroville, CA

#5 Nov 4, 2010
I guess it must be the difference between local and statewide, prop 23 was rejected, yet Logue was re-elected.


#6 Nov 4, 2010
It is obvious the 30 million dollars Stevie Maviglio and Thomas Steyer extorted out of businesses using Jesse Jackson style strong arm tactics has succeded in brain washing the sheep in California.Robin Huffman is just another one of the eco-fascists that wants all of us to live in poverty while the ruling class that she wishes she belonged to get make billions off the back of the California taxpayer.Remember one thing,AB32 has nothing to do with the environment,it is all about government controlling the private sector.For you folks that don't like Dan Logue,you will in a few months after everything you touch has been taxed into oblivion!The reason you don't like hih,is simple,he is one of the few in the legsislature that has the testicles to fight the eco-fascists and try to close the eco-bureaucrocies that are destroying our state!

Suisun City, CA

#7 Nov 4, 2010
he day after Prop 23 fails;

"Solyndra, the high-flying solar panel maker, said Wednesday it has scuttled its factory expansion in Fremont, a move that will halt the company's plans to hire 1,000 new workers.

n the announcement Wednesday, Solyndra said it will close an existing factory in the East Bay, leaving the company with one Fremont factory, a new plant visible from Interstate 880.

The moves mean that instead of having 2,000 workers in Fremont, Solyndra will cap its workforce at 1,000, roughly the current levels.
Solyndra also will, in the next several weeks, eliminate 155 to 175 jobs in Fremont. That includes 135 contract employees and 20 to 40 full-time workers, Miller said."


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