Los Angeles Times-
California lawmakers gave final approval Wednesday to a plan that would put the state on a path to phase out fossil fuels by 2045.
State senators voted overwhelmingly to support Senate Bill 100, which would require California to obtain 100% of its energy from clean sources within the next three decades. The bill, which has been touted by state and national political leaders as a key plank in California’s fight against climate change, now heads to Gov. Jerry Brown for his signature.