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  • This Is What It's Like To Live With Toxic Tap Water In California

    In 2012, California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill that made the state the first in the nation to formally recognize access to safe, clean, and affordable water as a human right. Yet California's Central Valley, the country's hub for ...
  • Cap-and-trade brings in money, despite Republican backlash

    California Assemblyman Devon Mathis (R-Visalia) reported last week that farm and agriculture-related businesses in his district have received more than $54 million in cap-and-trade funding. Last year, Mathis voted in favor of the ...
  • California Regulators Adopts Plan to Lower Greenhouse Emissions

    The California Public Utilities Commission has adopted a planning process to ensure the electric sector is on track to help the state meet its 2030 greenhouse gas reduction target, at least cost, while maintaining electric service ...