Governor of California Signs Warming Bill

San Francisco, California [The Examiner] Using the San Francisco skyline as a backdrop, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger announced Wednesday that California was leading the way on “one of the most important issues facing our time, the fight against global warming,” as he signed into law an ambitious plan to reduce the state’s greenhouse gas emissions. The law, Assembly bill 32, seeks to establish regulations, as well as market incentives, to reduce emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases 25 percent by 2020.

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