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Byline: Dion Nissenbaum
Aug. 28--SACRAMENTO, Calif.--On the 13th floor of Sacramento's newest upscale hotel, California's most vocal consumer advocate hunkered down with his allies Monday and declared war.
"We are in the midst of a battle, a huge battle," Harvey Rosenfield solemnly told reporters called to his energy crisis "war room" three blocks from the Capitol.
Fitted with yellow "Bailout Watch" armbands, Rosenfield and a half-dozen supporters vowed to bring dozens of citizen watchdogs to Sacramento as state lawmakers head into the final three weeks of the most frenetic session in years.
Activists, lobbyists, and average citizens …