SACRAMENTO, Calif., Aug 31 (Reuters) - California's Assembly approved on Thursday a landmark bill backed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to make the state the first in the United States to cap man-made greenhouse gas emissions blamed for global warming. The bill for the Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006 passed in a 46-31 vote on the final day of the legislative session before November elections and now goes to Schwarzenegger for his signature. Schwarzenegger, who has criticized fellow ...
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