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Is the Golden State the greenest and fairest of them all?

  How To Get Your Ex Back Over Text Is California the greenest and fairest state when it comes to clean fuel standard regulations? No on both counts, contended the Wall Street Journal in a recent editorial, “California’s Green Trade

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Lawmakers learn what farmers already know about sustainable agriculture 7

May 10, 2013 By Katy Grimes SACRAMENTO — During two hours of expert testimony Wednesday, California Assembly members learned future commercial and housing developments should not be built on prime agricultural land, which should continue to be used for farming. The

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CARB lawsuit could end cap and trade 9

April 17, 2013 By Katy Grimes Ding dong! Could CARB be dead? The Pacific Legal Foundation filed a lawsuit yesterday against the California Air Resources Board challenging California’s cap and trade regulation. The cap and trade program was created by

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AB 245 would shine light on cap-and-trade auctions 6

March 29, 2013 By Warren Duffy AB 245 is a bill that would reverse the secrecy that currently exists around the cap-and-trade auctions of the California Air Resources Board. As CalWatchdog.com reported last August, the Legislature “nixed” proposals to mandate accountability under Sections

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Employers and taxpayers ask Gov. Brown to halt cap and trade 8

March 15, 2013 By Katy Grimes A group of employers and taxpayers have sent a letter to Gov. Jerry Brown asking that he halt cap and trade “and policies to achieve greenhouse gas emission reductions.” Cap and trade is the

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AB 32: Now — now!!! — L.A. Times warns it imperils economy

March 5, 2013 By Chris Reed Seven years ago the California Legislature passed AB 32, the Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006, a landmark law forcing California to shift to cleaner-but-costlier forms of energy by 2020 to reduce the emission

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Agency lauds enormous fine on business 9

Jan. 18, 2013 By Steven Greenhut When you talk to business owners who are considering a move out of state, their main complaint is not typically California’s sky-high tax rates or the myriad regulations they face. Their main frustration is the

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Pravda laughs at American global warming hysteria 5

Jan. 6, 2012 By Katy Grimes Imagine my surprise when I found an article in Pravda mocking Western academics, scientists, environmentalists and government elites for using the cause célèbre of “man-made global warming” as a way to “control the lives and

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Cap-and-trade could benefit new overseers 21

Dec. 21, 2012 By Katy Grimes The California Air Resources Board just named the American Carbon Registry and the Climate Action Reserve as California’s two new “carbon overseers” for the state’s cap-and-trade program. The “carbon overseers” phrase commonly is used for them at CARB

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Bienvenue à Québec, CARB! 1

Dec. 13, 2012 By Katy Grimes Hear ye! Hear ye! Cap and trade is alive and working, so says the big announcement today from the California from the California Air Resources Board and California Environmental Agency… at least between California

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