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California’s Costly Global Warming Campaign Turns Out to be Worse than Useless

For more than a decade, California has won high praise from environmentalists for its stringent greenhouse gas restrictions. But a new report shows that despite the enormous costs of this effort, the state is doing a worse job at cutting CO2 emissions than the rest of the country, while badly hurting its working families. Back […]

Is the Gas Tax Repeal Measure the New Proposition 13?

Secretary of State Alex Padilla today announced that a measure to repeal the recent gas tax increase has qualified for the November ballot. Republican supporters of the initiative are hoping to hear an echo from another citizen tax revolt from 40 years ago: Proposition 13. That measure, passed overwhelmingly by voters in 1978, significantly rolled […]

Ontario Ready to Pull out of Carbon Market, Leaving California in Limbo

The agreement that linked the Canadian province of Ontario with California and Quebec in one of the world’s largest emissions trading markets was announced with much fanfare in 2017. At last, it seemed, Gov. Jerry Brown’s vision of global neighbors sharing a carbon market—and lofty goals to green the planet—was launched. “We’re on the side […]

Arvin Mayor Backs Effort to End Oil and Gas Production in California

Arvin Mayor Jose Gurrola is among a group of elected officials statewide calling for an end to oil and gas production. He’s one of more than 100 signatories to a letter delivered Tuesday to the governor, calling on him to phase out oil and gas drilling. The groups calls itself Elected Officials to Protect California. […]

New California Water Law Restricts How Much Water People Can Use

There will soon be more focus on flushes and scrutiny over showers with a new law signed in by the governor. California is now the first state in the nation to enact tough new water-efficiency standards. The controversial rules are targeted at water districts to cut per capita water usage, but in order to meet […]
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