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Attorney General Jerry Brown's EPA Battle

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Attorney General Jerry Brown's EPA Battle

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Attorney General Jerry Brown's EPA Battle

Attorney General Jerry Brown's EPA Battle

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California's Attorney General Jerry Brown, who sued the Environmental Protection Agency for denying his state the individual right to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from cars, joins Tony Cox to discuss the basis for his lawsuit against the EPA and how the environmental future looks under an Obama Administration.

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