Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Rayovac Powers Your Summer

From June 22 through June 25, 2010, Rayovac is sponsoring Rayovac Powers Your Summer Blogger Promotion. The first 99 bloggers to promote the Rayovac Powers Your Summer Promotion won a prize package from Rayovac. Here's the link to the official rules for the blogger campaign. They will also be holding a Twitter event on June 30th again, The first 99 bloggers to promote the Rayovac Powers Your Summer Twitter Event won a prize package from Rayovac.

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Saturday, June 12, 2010

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Sunday, June 6, 2010

Stop PG&E and the Insurance Industry Power Grab Vote NO on Props 16 & 17

No To Prop 16

Prop 16 would lock PG&E's high rates into the California Constitution by locking out public power and community choice

Vote No on 16
PG&E Outspending Opponents $511 to $1 On Prop. 16 Campaign

The PG&E ballot measure (Proposition 16) is another example of the initiative process going awry in California, of a powerful special interest seizing the initiative process for its own narrow benefit.
The measure the utility is bankrolling is not a simple statute. It is a constitutional amendment. If it passes, it
enshrines unfair protections against competition for PG&E into the California Constitution.
— Fresno Bee: January 20, 2010

Don’t miss the opportunity to send PG&E an unequivocal message by ignoring the barrage of misleading
advertising and voting no on Proposition 16. The constitution of the state of California should not be for sale.
— Long Beach Press-Telegram: March 22, 2010

Voters should not be fooled into thinking Prop. 16 is anything about improving the democratic process.
It is entirely about PG&E's financial interests and would do considerable harm to local governments' ability to
create and expand publicly owned utilities for the benefit of electricity customers.
— Oakland Tribune: March, 12, 2010

To understand what's wrong with California's initiative process, all you need to do is look at Proposition 16 on the June 8 ballot. This outrageous measure is funded by more than $25 million from PG&E, and its sole purpose is to protect PG&E profits. Voters must say no.
— San Jose Mercury News: March 12, 2010

Voters should reject Proposition 16 on June 8. It is a brazen attempt by PG&E to protect its business interests and thwart the spirit of a state law.
— Marin Independent Journal: March 23, 2010

It is unusual for The Bee to come out against a ballot measure before the campaign has really started. The PG&E initiative deserves special attention. It's that bad.
— Sacramento Bee: January 19, 2010

No, the point isn't to protect taxpayers' rights. It's to protect the profits of a monopoly utility - both from ambitious clean-power schemes in San Francisco and from modest annexations in Redding. This is one measure (Proposition 16) where voters will need to look past the catchy slogan and see who really stands to benefit.
— Redding Record Searchlight: January 16, 2010

No on 17 - When was the last time an insurance company spent millions to save you money?
When was the last time an insurance company
spent millions to save you money?

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

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