Sac Bee has the AP Story here.
California regulators on Wednesday said they would give power plants, refineries and other major polluters another year to comply with a new state program that provides financial incentives to emit fewer greenhouse gases.
Mary Nichols, chairwoman of the Air Resources Board, said in testimony before a state Senate committee that the government is giving California's major polluters until 2013 to comply with its cap-and-trade program.
Most polluters previously were to have begun cutting emissions under the program in 2012. The program was passed in December by the board, which said it hoped other states would follow suit since Congress had failed to pass national climate change legislation.
"This would not affect the stringency of the program or change the amount of emission reductions that the program will achieve, keeping us on track to meet the 2020 target required by AB32," Nichols said.
Well, this one more year for the cooling to become more evident from the forecast Grand Minimum. However, the real cooling is still ten years off. In the mean time we will see our weather pattens bounce up and down, but continue to trend cooler and cooler. Scientific sanity may yet prevail.
In the mean time, the Republican's could win the House, Senate, and Presidency, and this whole AGW bull sh*t will be quickly dispatched, as we start the true economic recovery free from EPA socialism.
Read the rest of the story here.