Gov. Jerry Brown wants a two-thirds supermajority to approve an extension of the landmark 2006 legislation that requires steep reductions in greenhouse gas emissions. It expires in 2020.
Gov. Jerry Brown wants a two-thirds supermajority to approve an extension of the landmark 2006 legislation that requires steep reductions in greenhouse gas emissions. It expires in 2020. Eric Risberg Associated Press file
Gov. Jerry Brown wants a two-thirds supermajority to approve an extension of the landmark 2006 legislation that requires steep reductions in greenhouse gas emissions. It expires in 2020. Eric Risberg Associated Press file

An initiative war won’t solve climate change

August 04, 2016 5:43 PM

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