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January 11, 2021


Cash for eClunkers

“We have $1.5 billion in the budget for electric car infrastructure and incentives. We have $575 million going to small businesses. I wonder: Is that the right number?” Wood said, as his Republican colleague James Gallagher, R-Yuba City, nodded his head vigorously behind him.
Newsom’s economic recovery plan includes $575 million in grants for small businesses to help them through the pandemic. Last year, he and lawmakers approved $500 million for the same program, which provides up to $25,000 to struggling businesses.

The plan includes $1.5 billion to help low-income Californians buy zero-emission vehicles and to build infrastructure to support them, including electric charging stations and hydrogen fueling stations.

Paloma Ave

"environmental groups and clean energy advocates" are the stupidest and neediest people on the planet. There I said it.

Per President Biden's climate czar, John Kerry (another democrat), 90% of the world's pollution comes from OTHER COUNTRIES!

If the United States of American were to go to zero emissions, it would NOT MATTER!

Get a life!

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