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Climate law suspension defeated

California is moving on up! Moving on up! Despite a high unemployment rate, the votes in the recent election have shown that California voters are more concerned with the state’s effort in dealing with climate change. Rejecting a suspension of AB32, the proposed policy that requires the state to return to 1990 levels of greenhouse gas emissions by 2020, means a victory over big oil. With voter support for AB32 as well as support from various organizations, California is on its way to approach its goal. KP

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