Coalition opposing Proposition 80 grows

By CMTA Staff

Capitol Update, Sept. 16, 2005 Share this on FacebookTweet thisEmail this to a friend

Energy consumers including business, agriculture and school interests as well as environmental groups and energy companies are stepping up to voice their opposition to Proposition 80 on the special election ballot November 8.  By joining the coalition, employers can send a clear message to voters that Proposition 80 is the wrong idea for California.  Go to

Here is the coalition so far:
Agricultural Energy Consumers Association (includes 22 major agricultural associations, 48 Water & Irrigation Districts & over 1,000 individual growers)
A & L Litho
Alliance for Retail Energy Markets
American Wind Energy Association
APS Energy Services
Building Owners and Managers Association of California
Burney Forest Power
California Chamber of Commerce
California Independent Petroleum Association
California League of Food Processors
California Manufacturers & Technology Association
California Retailers Association
California Solar Energy Industries Association
Call Grocery Inc.
Calpine Corporation
Centennial Management Corp.
Certified Metal Craft Inc.
Coatings Resource Corporation
Commerce Energy
Constellation Energy
Constellation NewEnergy
Del Monte Foods
Energy Management Services
Geothermal Energy Association
HB Products, LLC
Holiday Retirement Corp.
Independent Energy Producers Association
Knox & Associates, DBA Burger King
La Jolla Country Club
Minnesota Methane LLC
Pacific Pipeline System LLC
PPG Aerospace
PPM Energy
School Project for Utility Rate Reduction
Sempra Energy Solutions
Sempra Generation
Silicon Valley Leadership Group
Sprouts Farmers Market
Strategic Energy
The Legacy Energy Group
Ultra Tool International Inc.
URM Group, Inc.
Western Growers Association
Western States Petroleum Association
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