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California’s cap and trade regulations have applied only to large industrial facilities and not gasoline and diesel. That will change next year, when AB 32 regulations for the first time cover gasoline and diesel.
What does this mean? Unless changed, California fuel providers (refiners and importers) will be required to purchase carbon allowances or permits [...]
Sen. Steinberg deserves credit for his transparent effort to address the true cost of California’s climate change policies. By acknowledging that the state’s cap-and-trade regulations for fuels are about to have a significant impact on the cost of fuel for consumers, Sen. Steinberg has proposed a transparent carbon tax as an alternative.
WSPA members have [...]
By Jack Stewart, President of the California Manufacturers and Technology Association
California’s manufacturers place a high premium on a skilled workforce that produces world-class products while protecting their safety and the safety of their neighbors in the surrounding community. So we are understandably alarmed by legislation that would not only [...]
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