By Leonard Anderson SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 23 (Reuters) - The California Air Resources Board on Thursday reviewed a proposal to cut greenhouse gas emissions from cars and prepared to vote on the plan on Friday. The board was holding two days of public hearings on the proposal in Los Angeles. Backers and opponents have said they expect the plan to be adopted. Board spokesman Jerry Martin said a vote probably would come on Friday after the panel heard from more than 40 witnesses. The ...
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