This Friday Sept. 22, 2006, file photo, shows an oil refinery at sunset in Rodeo, Calif. California's cap-and-trade law, which puts a cap and a price on carbon emissions, expires in 2020, but Gov. Jerry Brown say he's still hopeful it will be extended, after he failed to convince lawmakers to extend it in tandem with the just-passed state budget.
This Friday Sept. 22, 2006, file photo, shows an oil refinery at sunset in Rodeo, Calif. California's cap-and-trade law, which puts a cap and a price on carbon emissions, expires in 2020, but Gov. Jerry Brown say he's still hopeful it will be extended, after he failed to convince lawmakers to extend it in tandem with the just-passed state budget. Rich Pedroncelli AP
This Friday Sept. 22, 2006, file photo, shows an oil refinery at sunset in Rodeo, Calif. California's cap-and-trade law, which puts a cap and a price on carbon emissions, expires in 2020, but Gov. Jerry Brown say he's still hopeful it will be extended, after he failed to convince lawmakers to extend it in tandem with the just-passed state budget. Rich Pedroncelli AP

Letters: Cap-and-trade bill would fail to advance the fight against climate change

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