Gore Pushing Energy Legislation in Massachusetts

by William Yeatman on July 29, 2008

Former Vice President Al Gore wrote a letter to the Massachusetts House of Representatives urging them to pass the Global Warming Solutions Act, which calls for greenhouse gas emissions reductions of 20% by 2020 and 80% by 2050. The bill has already passed the state Senate. Like the 2005 California law of the same title, the bill does not contain any actual solutions but instead directs the Secretary of Energy and Environment to “adopt a plan for achieving a 2020 statewide greenhouse gas emissions limit.”

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