Politics & Government

July 12, 2010

California's global warming bill may be heyday for lobbyists

The Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006 is beginning to look like a stimulus package for the lobbying trade. During the past year, oil companies, manufacturers and trade groups have made a big push to shape the rules and regulations behind California's landmark greenhouse gas reduction law. According to state records, more than two dozen companies, trade organizations and environmental groups have been lobbying the agencies charged with creating the rules.

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