D-Los Angeles: Person DB Profile: All Organizations

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American Enterprise Institute   26.51% (22)
Environmental Defense Fund   14.46% (12)
Wci Inc   7.23% (6)
California Environmental Protection Agency   7.23% (6)
Ibm   7.23% (6)
National Association Of Manufacturers   6.02% (5)
Implementation Group   6.02% (5)
Competitive Enterprise Institute   4.82% (4)
Strategic Growth Council   4.82% (4)
Technology Association   4.82% (4)
California Chamber   4.82% (4)
California Air Resources Boards Office Of Communications   4.82% (4)
Environmental Protection Agency   4.82% (4)
Ella Baker Center   4.82% (4)
Fund Distribution Bills Assembly   4.82% (4)
Republican Study Committee   4.82% (4)
Permanent Fund   4.82% (4)
Congressional Budget Office   4.82% (4)
Climate Initiative   4.82% (4)
Google   3.61% (3)
California Natural Resources Agency   3.61% (3)
Greenlining Institute   3.61% (3)
California Public Utilities Commission   3.61% (3)
Delaware Corporation In Ca Carbon Market   3.61% (3)
Health Insurance Program   3.61% (3)
National City   3.61% (3)
California Communities Healthy Air Revitalization   3.61% (3)
Building Energy Efficiency Regulations   3.61% (3)
Coalition For Clean   3.61% (3)
Human Services   3.61% (3)
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