politico.com — States have set the pace over the past decade as the nation’s leaders in implementing climate change policy, but much of their work could be on the line this fall.
Nineteen gubernatorial races involve states that participate in the regional climate initiatives that have emerged as important alternatives to federal policy, given Congress’s failure to pass a cap-and-trade system to regulate greenhouse gas emissions.
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