More on Conflicts of Interest on the Environmental Improvement Board

A few days ago I blogged a column from the Albuquerque Journal outlining EIB member Gregory Green’s conflicts of interest relating to the proposed carbon emissions cap before the Board.

Where there is smoke, there is usually fire, so our investigative journalist Jim Scarantino took a closer look at the Environmental Improvement Board. What he found is a web of conflicts and personal pressures on Green that make it almost inconceivable that he’d vote against the carbon cap proposal.

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