Massachusetts joins climate fight leaderboard with bill's passage

Only Hawaii, Virginia, New York, and Washington state have similar net-zero laws

. . . . Net-zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2050 are locked into state law following Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker’s signing the state’s sweeping climate bill Friday. The signing ends more than six months of deliberation, which included an initial veto by Baker, and puts Massachusetts near the top of the nation’s emission…

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