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California is ahead of schedule on reducing greenhouse gas emissions

Devon Mathis gets emotional on the Assembly floor during cap and trade debate

Debate over Assembly Bill 398 draws an emotional response from Republican Assemblyman Devon Mathis of Visalia.
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Debate over Assembly Bill 398 draws an emotional response from Republican Assemblyman Devon Mathis of Visalia.

In case you missed it:

California beat its 2020 goals for cutting greenhouse gases, Dale Kasler writes.

Assemblyman Devon Mathis is being reprimanded for sexual ‘locker room talk’ about his colleagues, Alexei Koseff reports.

Taryn Luna explains how more campaign money could flow to California legislative leaders under new bill.

What happens to California road repairs if voters repeal the gas tax increase? Caitlin Chen has the answer.

Emily Cadei reports that a sanctuary state battle is raging on in Placer County.

California is being sued over the constitutionality of its winner-take-all election system, Bryan Anderson writes.

From the opinion pages:

Regardless of what happens at the Supreme Court, Californians want to reduce abortions, according to Wynette Sills, director of Californians for Life.

Susan Neely, president and CEO of the American Beverage Association, says soda taxes will not reduce obesity.

John Perez, former speaker of the California Assembly, explains why immigration politics must change.

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