Report Outlines Criteria for Post-2020 Climate, Energy Policy

A new report released this week outlined several conditions that must be met in order to craft the most economically responsible post-2020 climate change program for California and help ensure that the state creates a model other jurisdictions will follow. Californians for Affordable and Reliable Energy (CARE)released a whitepaper called, » More



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STATE NEWS -  Dec. 4
Job growth slowing in California but incomes rising, Chapman says (Dec. 3) Tiffany Hsu in the L.A. Times

Reports highlight job losses, low wages in Southern California (Dec. 3) Kevin Smith in the L.A. Daily News

State's gasoline use is on the rise (Dec. 2) Morgan Lee in the San Diego U-T

2015 Labor & Employment Law Update for California Employers (Dec. 2) Staff in the National Law Review

California says carbon permits sell out at auction with Quebec (Dec. 3) Dale Kasler in the Sacramento Bee


COMMENTARY -  Dec. 4
Proposed environmental rules could help cities reduce car use (Dec. 1) –  Editorial in the L.A. Times

California Legislatures new session gets a preview (Dec. 2) –  Dan Walters in the Sacramento Bee

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