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  • Support for Proposition 23 drops sharply in new poll

     
    Opposition to Proposition 23, a November ballot initiative to suspend California's sweeping global warming law, has surged in recent weeks, according to a poll by the Public Policy Institute of California, or PPIC. Among likely voters, 48% say they will.....
  • Big oil companies versus the 'global warming law'

     
    As election day nears, the debate around Proposition 23 has heated. If passed, it would suspend AB 32, otherwise known as the "global warming law," created to reduce California's greenhouse-gas emissions to 1990 levels by 2020, until unemployment rates...
  • Prop. 23: Why did Valero launch a campaign against California's climate law?

     
    In the most closely watched environmental election fight in the country, national conservation groups, Silicon Valley moguls, Hollywood celebrities and California politicians have waged a scorched-earth campaign against Valero Energy Corp., the nation's...
  • Prop. 26: A new strategy for big oil companies?

     
    When Chevron, California's largest company, looked at how it could wield influence in this election cycle, it shunned Proposition 23, the high-profile ballot initiative to suspend the state's global-warming law. So did Shell, Conoco Phillips and...
  • Proposition 23: Backers were outspent, out-organized (UPDATED)

     
    The fight over Proposition 23, the ballot initiative to suspend California's global warming law, "will definitely be a David versus Goliath battle," Steve Maviglio, spokesman for the opponents told a reporter in September. "Our slingshot versus their oily...
  • L.A. air officials to vote on pollution trading [UPDATED]

     
    A decade-long battle between Los Angeles regional air quality officials, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and California public health groups over the integrity of the area's pollution trading system will be rejoined Friday, as air district...
  • Japan's post-quake fuel imports not likely to come from California

     
    And you thought the high cost of doing business in California was a bad thing. For the state's motorists, in the case of earthquake- and tsunami-racked Japan, it might actually be a good thing. Refinery companies around the world, including......
  • California adopts historic cap-and-trade regulations

     
    The California Air Resources Board on Thursday approved the nation's first cap-and-trade program to limit heat-trapping greenhouse gas....
  • Energy Department predicted the 2011 boom in U.S. fuel exports

     
    Joanne Shore, team leader and lead operations research analyst at the Energy Department's Energy Information Administration, and colleague John Hackworth essentially explained why Americans were about to pay more for gasoline in 2011 than they ever had...
  • California Voters Turning Against Prop. 19 and Prop. 23, Poll Shows

    California Voters Turning Against Prop. 19 and Prop. 23, Poll Shows
    California voters have turned against controversial initiatives to legalize marijuana and to suspend the state's global warming law, a poll from the Public Policy Institute of California found. Voters now oppose Proposition 19, the marijuana legalization...
  • Verde Laguna: Vote 'no' on Prop. 23 to promote clean energy

    The most important thing to keep in mind when casting your vote on Nov. 2, should you care about the environment, is that there is an initiative, Prop. 23, that seeks to suspend the state law requiring reducing greenhouse gas emissions that cause global...