US environmentalists, assessing the Republican tsunami that washed over the country, chose Wednesday to tout a key Election Day victory in beating back California’s Proposition 23, a ballot initiative that would have reversed clean-energy requirements statewide – and led quite possibly to similar initiatives in other states
Other states wouldn’t need a prop 23, because they wouldn’t be stupid enough to pass an AB 32 which needed to be overturned.
It was a sign, they said, that voters were not rejecting clean energy or the environment, but were responding to concerns about jobs and housing.
So taxing employers will increase the number of jobs. I get it.
“In the one race where the words ‘global warming’ were literally on the ballot, voters overwhelmingly voted for clean energy, and did so in a state with the country’s third highest unemployment rate,” said Gene Karpinski, president of the League of Conservation Voters.
That is what too much weed does to you.