If Proposition 23 passes this November, large producers of greenhouse gases will not be required to report and limit their emissions until the state's unemployment reaches 5.5 percent or lower for an entire year. Chevron, who has remained neutral in the debate, has a refinery in Richmond (pictured above). Photo by Mark Oltmanns. - Show quoted text -

Voting yes on Prop 23 means temporarily suspending (saying no to, that is) Assembly Bill 32. That state legislation, also called AB 32 and the Global Warming Solutions Act, was signed into law in 2006 by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. Click through to see an interactive graphic that provides a quick guide to some of the pro and con arguments and predicted effects of this controversial proposition.

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