Prop 23 would have suspended the Global Warming Act of 2006. The Global Warming Act of 2006, known as AB 32, required the state of California to reduce their carbon emissions to 1990 levels by 2020. Prop 23 is looking to suspend AB 32 until the unemployment rate is 5.5%. If Prop 23 is voted down, emission cuts would begin in 2012.
On the November 2, 2010 ballots, Californians voted on Proposition 23. This measure would conceivably freeze the Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006, which regulated the greenhouse emissions in California, until the state and federal economies improved, and the unemployment rate dropped below 5.5%. Fortunately, 61% of Californians voted no on the proposition, and it was defeated.
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