In a sharply worded letter penned just days before an international summit in Paris, Gov. Jerry Brown is accusing attorneys general in two states of "crass obstructionism" in their effort to raise doubts about one of President Obama's key climate change initiatives.
On Wednesday, Brown wrote to officials in Texas and West Virginia and accused them of seeking to score political points in their recent attempt to cast doubt on the legality of U.S. efforts.
"Frankly, your thoughts here are, at best legally flimsy," Brown said in his letter to West Virginia...
Gov. Jerry Brown discusses his proposed tax initiative during his appearance at the 87th annual Sacramento Host Breakfast.