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SANTA CLARA, CA–Cisco’s controversial new Silicon Valley campus has come under fire yesterday from a well-known company stockholder: Green Party presidential candidate Ralph Nader.

Nader, who owns about 18,000 shares worth more than $1 million in total, says Cisco’s proposed 688-acre campus in Coyote Valley would increase air pollution and traffic.

Despite the jab, the city of San Jose gave the project a favorable environmental impact report this week. If built, the campus would house 20,000 Cisco employees now working out of an assortment of scattered buildings.

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