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Today on PolitiCal: Gov. withdraws off-shore drilling support. Beach smoking ban vetoed.

May 3, 2010 |  5:20 pm

Here are some of the stories we're following today on PolitiCal:

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger now says he is opposed to all off-shore oil drilling in California in the wake of the Gulf of Mexico oil disaster. 

Opponents of the state's new greenhouse gas emissions law have filed petitions to place a suspension of the law on the November ballot.

Twelve of the 20 most economically stressed counties in the nation are in California.

Florida Gov. Charlie Crist got some advice from Arnold Schwarzenegger before leaving the Republican Party. 

Schwarzenegger has vetoed a measure that would have banned smoking at state beaches and parks.

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