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Gore Produces Commercial For Prop 87

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snipshot_19wnij0hp0.jpgStarring in his first commercial since running for President, Al Gore is pushing hard to support Proposition 87 up for vote soon in California. The oil companies have contributed nearly $60 million dollars to stop the bill from going through, but activists — including celebrities like Julia Roberts and hollywood producers like Stephen Bing — have raised close to $50 million to counteract the attack. Proposition 87 would tax companies drilling for oil in California until the state has generated $4 billion. The money would be set aside for loans, grants and subsidies to promote alternative fuels and more energy-efficient vehicles. Below is Gore’s commercial:

For Bill Clinton’s take on Prop 87, visit the website.

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