The defeat of California Proposition 23, a ballot measure that sought a temporary halt to planned stricter carbon-emissions rules, threatens state jobs and could raise fuel and electricity costs, according to the National Petrochemical and Refiners Association. Prop 23 "would have been in effect only until California's unemployment rate dropped to reasonable levels for a year," said Charles Drevna, president of NPRA.

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