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Measure to delay greenhouse gas cuts qualifies for November ballot

June 22, 2010 |  4:17 pm

This fall, voters will decide the fate of California's landmark greenhouse gas law. A measure that would suspend proposed reductions in greenhouse gas emissions has qualified for the November ballot.

The measure, backed by several oil companies and other large business interests, would delay implementation of the law until the state's unemployment rate goes down. You can read the text of the ballot measure here.

-- Anthony York in Sacramento