February 21, 2012

'Biogas' Will Keep Utility Bills Down for Californians

Mike Gatto, Sacramento Bee


References to "biogas" in the political arena are likely to elicit jokes about the seemingly endless speeches during this election year. But in 2012, I plan on leading California in establishing a more sensible policy toward the real thing. . .


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