SF - Debate on Prop. 23 - What’s at Stake for Ethnic Communities - Friday, Oct. 22nd

SF - Debate on Prop. 23 - What’s at Stake for Ethnic Communities - Friday, Oct. 22nd

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 Debate on Prop. 23 – What’s at Stake for Ethnic Communities
This event is sponsored by the San Francisco Foundation

WHEN: Friday, Oct. 22, 2010, 10:00 a.m. to noon

WHERE: New America Media, 275 Ninth Street, 2nd Floor, San Francisco

WHAT: Prop. 23 is the November ballot measure that calls for the suspension of California’s landmark law to reduce greenhouse gases. Supporters of the measure say implementing the state’s climate law would kill jobs, while opponents say it will halt a growing green-jobs engine in the state and harm public health. NAM will host a debate on the key issues of jobs and public health with two speakers on both sides.

WHO: No on Prop. 23:

Carl Pope, Sierra Club (invited)

Vivian Chang, Green for All

Chad Silva, Latino Coalition for a Healthy California

Yes on Prop. 23:
James Duran, California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce

Edwin Lombard, Edwin Lombard Management

Yes on 23 Speaker, TBD


Please RSVP to Dana Levine, dlevine@newamericamedia.org, (415) 503-4170
 

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Grady Jinright

Posted Dec 13 2010

They did better than the others, and besides residential they do Knoxville commercial pressure washing too.

Calvin Ealley

Posted Mar 2 2011

Yeah i did see it, that house washing looks real good. That power cleaning crew in Knoville does a great job.

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