AB 32

Another View: State budget: In the black, but red flags

In early 1776, as tensions between the British Empire and the American colonies heated up, the North Carolina Provincial Congress formally asked John Adams of Boston his advice on ...

Another View: Proposition 23 is a job killer

The Golden State is the runaway leader in the transition to the new clean tech economy. When we passed a law four years ago — AB 32 — with bi-partisan support from business, la ...

Fight dirty oil proposition

On May 3 the campaign representing big Texas oil companies, Valero and Tesoro, announced they have submitted enough signatures to put a deceptive proposition on the November 2010 b ...

Too soon to gauge AB 32

In response to the first of several conclusions made by Joe Parisi in his May 3 letter to the Auburn Journal regarding the impacts of AB 32, California’s clean-air program, signe ...

Big oil backs bad initiative

Valero is the seventh largest polluter in California. Both Valero and Tesoro have pledged $2 million to pay signature gatherers. We urge Californians to not sign any petitions sup ...

Manage forests to reduce wildfire risks

It’s become an annual California phenomenon. Summer transitions to fall and our forests burn. Fire suppression in the past century has been so successful that forests which befo ...

How the governor can finish strong

With less than 16 months remaining in Gov. Schwarzenegger’s tenure, political pundits are starting to talk about him in the past tense, as if his administration is already over. ...