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- Senator Richard Blumenthal State Attorney General of Connecticut
- Quin Shea senior director of environmental activities for the Edison Electric Institute
- Scott Segal attorney in private practice specializing in environmental and energy policy issues
- John Walke director of clean air programs for the Natural Resources Defense Council
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