December 11, 2012

California Dems Covet Carbon-Market $$$

Steven Greenhut, Bloomberg


Bloomberg

If you believe California officials, you might think the state’s long-running economic and budgetary problems are over, thanks largely to the flood of money from voter-approved increases in already high income and sales taxes.

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