SAN FRANCISCO, Nov 22 (Reuters) - California Controller Steve Westly on Monday said he would ask fellow members of the board of Calpers, the biggest U.S. pension fund, to pressure automakers to adopt rather than file lawsuits against the state's new stringent emission standards. Westly on a conference call with reporters said he would send a letter to members of the board of Calpers, the California Public Employees' Retirement System, urging them to use the fund's size and proxy votes to ...
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