Coal-Free Tuesday

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California is one governor’s signature away from becoming the first state to mandate its major public pension funds to at least partially divest from fossil fuel holdings, which could have ripple effects across the nation.

The California Assembly voted 47 to 30 on Wednesday to mandate the state’s two largest pension funds divest from coal assets. It now heads to Gov. Jerry Brown’s office for approval. The Senate voted in favor of the measure in June.

@ ICN

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12 Responses to Coal-Free Tuesday

  1. Den says:

    Well, 2 PM and no one around, *crickets chirping*
    Hot here but not that hot yet, AC still off.
    Last 2 month’s power bills were $100 each, I don’t want a repeat.

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  2. º¿carol says:

    Doc, did you mention a “windchill” the other day? How cold was it out? Hope it’s not headed this way. I’d rather suffer this horrible humidity than have it turn cold out.

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  3. º¿carol says:

    Diane is still here. I’m managing to keep up with my internet rounds but tomorrow is a brother-in-law’s birthday and I still haven’t made his card! (when I start to work on it, Diane starts talking…I get distracted, then I lose my train of thought)

    Card is going to be late.

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  4. º¿carol says:

    Just about to go sit outside, beer-30, and Diane decided to take a shower. Good thing she doesn’t take very long. Want to get out there while it’s still light out.

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  5. jimhitchcock says:

    LOL, Kim Davis being sprung to Eye of the Tiger. She’s so Donald Trump.

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  6. David B. Benson says:

    @ the Hillside Cafe after 15 minutes on the sticks. Piano recital tonight.

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  7. Den says:

    Due to need to relocate to the arrrrVeee, I must sign off,
    try not to wreck the place!?

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