June 2006
Overdrive;Jun2006, Vol. 46 Issue 6, p18
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The article reports on the appearance of California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger in the May 2006 "Green Issue" of "Vanity Fair" as one of California Air Resources Board's 50 crusaders for environmental sanity in California. He was photographed in a heroic pose atop the roof of California Environmental Protection Agency.


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