California voters likely to keep global warming law, toss two-thirds budget passage

Prop. 23, which would suspend new emissions standards until unemployment drops, trails 48% to 32% among likely voters. Prop. 25, allowing a legislative majority to pass a budget, has 58% support. Despite the struggling economy, most California voters oppose suspending the state’s landmark global warming law, which would place strict new environmental regulations on business, a new Los Angeles Times/ USC poll shows.

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California voters likely to keep global warming law, toss two-thirds budget passage