Wildfires eat up $1.9B of Calif. cap-and-trade revenue

Enviro & Legislation

This is the second story in an occasional series examining California’s use of cap-and-trade revenue. Read the first story here. California’s battle against catastrophic wildfires is pulling money from one of its key programs to fight climate change, with the total expected to soon hit $1.9 billion. The Golden State has spent nearly $1.46 billion…

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