Tom Steyer, shown in October at John Marshall High School in Los Angeles, was co-chairman and a major funder of California’s Proposition 39, approved by voters in 2012. Marshall High was approved for $1.8 million in Prop. 39-related energy projects.
Tom Steyer, shown in October at John Marshall High School in Los Angeles, was co-chairman and a major funder of California’s Proposition 39, approved by voters in 2012. Marshall High was approved for $1.8 million in Prop. 39-related energy projects. Damian Dovarganes The Associated Press
Tom Steyer, shown in October at John Marshall High School in Los Angeles, was co-chairman and a major funder of California’s Proposition 39, approved by voters in 2012. Marshall High was approved for $1.8 million in Prop. 39-related energy projects. Damian Dovarganes The Associated Press
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January 22, 2015 12:31 PM

Steyer won’t run for U.S. Senate; attention turns to Villaraigosa

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