Greenhouse Gas Reduction Bill Stalls In Committee


A bill that would have established new statewide greenhouse gas emission standards has stalled out in the Senate Conservation Committee and is dead for the session.
The bill introduced by Senate Pro-Tem Mimi Stewart would have set statewide greenhouse gas emissions at least 50-percent less than 2005 levels by 2030, 75-percent by 2040 and 90-percent less than 2005 by 2050 and beyond.

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