Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de León prepares to speak at a news conference in Sacramento on Tuesday, where he announced a new legislative package that includes measures to cut petroleum use in half by 2030 and to expand, from one-third to one-half, the proportion of electricity California derives from renewable sources such as wind and solar.
Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de León prepares to speak at a news conference in Sacramento on Tuesday, where he announced a new legislative package that includes measures to cut petroleum use in half by 2030 and to expand, from one-third to one-half, the proportion of electricity California derives from renewable sources such as wind and solar. David Siders dsiders@sacbee.com
Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de León prepares to speak at a news conference in Sacramento on Tuesday, where he announced a new legislative package that includes measures to cut petroleum use in half by 2030 and to expand, from one-third to one-half, the proportion of electricity California derives from renewable sources such as wind and solar. David Siders dsiders@sacbee.com
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