The case for Cindy Tuck

Just two months ago, Governor Schwarzenegger appointed Cindy Tuck as chairwoman of the California Air Resources Board, the best candidate for the job. Cindy has more than 20 years of experience with air quality laws, regulations and programs, and has the support of a diverse coalition of air pollution regulators, labor and business representatives, and environmental advocates.

Unfortunately, some have chosen to politicize Cindy

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