Three Questions No One Is Asking About California’s Climate Lawsuit

California politicians apparently want to discuss the state’s climate lawsuit anywhere but in California itself.  

First, California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced the lawsuit with a New York Times exclusive followed by a Times interview at Climate Week NYC. Then, Newsom couldn’t help himself from declaring California to be the energy industry’s new “foe” during last Thursday’s Red State vs. Blue State Debate, where he and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis sparred on Fox News 

Over the weekend, California AG Rob Bonta took every opportunity at COP28 in Dubai to hobnob with environmental activists and advertise the lawsuit to a receptive audience.  

But while Bonta and Newsom are using the lawsuit to make waves on the national and international political stage, there are still many unknowns about the case and major questions that have yet to be asked.


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