Prop 23 in California was rejected by 62% of voters in last year’s state elections. It would have temporarily suspended emission-reduction procedures from the Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006, which proposed that California’s target greenhouse gas emissions would be reduced by 15% in 2012. Main supporters of Prop 23 were California oil companies. Because the proposition was rejected, the emissions reduction will go on as planned in 2012.
If you are referencing California’s prop 23, then it has already been defeated and can do no harm. However, if passed, it would have suspended AB32, a bill passed by CA’s legislature that was designed to reduce green house gas emissions to 1990 levels by 2020. Had Prop23 passed, the suspension of AB32 would have remained until California’s unemployment rate dropped below 5.5% for four consecutive quarters.
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