Will California's climate push survive the downturn?

04/7/2010 | Reason

Californians could be asked to vote on whether the state should push ahead with potentially costly plans to cut its carbon emissions, even though unemployment is at 12.5%. If jittery voters do decide to freeze their state's climate effort, the decision could also dissuade Congress from passing national climate legislation until the economy picks up steam, Ronald Bailey writes.

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