Proposition 23

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Proposition 23 would suspend an anti-free enterprise law (AB 32) of California as long as unemployment in the state averages above 5.5 percent for any quarter during a one-year period. AB 32 embraces theories of global warming, limits helpful energy production and use, and gives preferences to less efficient "renewable" or green energy production. It also creates a market for special rights to trade greenhouse gases, with which insiders could make millions or even billions of dollars.

Proposition 23 is on the ballot in the general election of 2010.