For Bush 'green' is a subtle hue

Baldauf, Scott
November 1999
Christian Science Monitor;11/12/99, Vol. 91 Issue 243, p1
Concentrates on the political impact to Texas governor George W. Bush's presidential campaign as Houston, Texas becomes recognized as having the worst air pollution problem in the country. Bush's environmental record.


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