* Business leaders fear law will hurt economy, kill jobs * State report sees parts of economy thriving due to law (Recasts with release of report, fresh comments throughout) By Peter Henderson SAN FRANCISCO, March 24 (Reuters) - California's economy will not be damaged by the state's 2006 climate change law and some sectors could thrive, a state agency said in a report on Wednesday that counters fears in the business community that the measure will kill jobs and economic growth. The ...
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