California lawmakers today will take up an extension of the state's cap-and-trade program -- a vote Governor Jerry Brown has called the "most important" of their lives. It's a complicated program, but a relatively simple concept, which Capital Public Radio's Ben Bradford explains.
Governor Jerry Brown and Democratic leaders in the Legislature may have struck a deal to extend California's climate change program Cap-and-Trade, but it's not clear it has support from lawmakers. From Capital Public Radio, Ben Bradford reports.
The California Chamber of Commerce will continue to pursue its lawsuit against the state's signature climate change program, cap-and-trade. The business group asked the state's top court yesterday (Monday) to overturn a recent decision. Capital Public Radio's Ben Bradford reports.