Sacramento, CA – The organization wishing to suspend the AB 32 Global Warming legislation says it has two times the needed amount of signatures to qualify for the November ballot.
The California Jobs Initiative Coalition says it has submitted over 800,000 signatures to the state. The proposal that will go before voters in November would suspend AB 32 until the state’s unemployment rate declines to 5.5 percent and stays there for a year.
The Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association and other pro-business organizations have been pushing for the suspension.
Governor Schwarzenegger has stated that he is against the idea of a suspension.
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