At a glance: California's ballot issue to kill climate law

Should California suspend its landmark climate change law until the state's economy improves?

Four years ago, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed Assembly Bill 32, the GlobalWarming Solutions Act of 2006, placing climate change on the national agenda.

Proponents of Proposition 23 want to put a hold on the far-reaching legislation, saying it will kill jobs and lead to higher energy prices. Opponents say it would reduce investment and jobs in the state's growing clean-tech sector and increase pollution.

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