Calif. Unveils Plan to Cut Greenhouse Gases

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California's Air Resources board has announced a draft plan to radically cut greenhouse gas emissions in accordance with a 2006 state law to combat global warming.

The plan could cost industry millions.

Tamara Keith reports from member station KQED.

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