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Michael Bloomberg Talks Climate Change With Former Gov. Brown In San Francisco

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Michael Bloomberg Talks Climate Change With Former Gov. Brown In San Francisco

Michael Bloomberg Talks Climate Change With Former Gov. Brown In San Francisco

2020 Presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg was in the Bay Area Wednesday.

He and former CA governor Jerry Brown talked climate change at a conference in San Francisco.

Andria Borba reports.

(12-11-2019)

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