Massachusetts governor vetoes major climate legislation citing economic concerns

Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker vetoed a comprehensive climate bill that would have required the state to procure 40% renewable energy by 2030 and make clean energy more accessible to low-income populations. According to AP, the governor chose to veto the legislation for economic reasons, saying it could have potentially increased the cost of housing and…

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