California’s powerful climate change agency would keep most of its leaders through 2020 under new plan


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California’s top climate regulator will continue serving through 2020 under a plan set to be voted on Thursday.

Mary Nichols, who has led the California Air Resources Board since 2007, would see her term expire at the end of 2020 if the board’s members confirm staff recommendations at the Thursday meeting. The Air Resources Board is one of the most powerful agencies in the state, and is responsible for implementing California’s strict greenhouse gas and air pollution rules. Read more



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