ADAM BEAM and DON THOMPSON Associated Press SACRAMENTO (AP) — California lawmakers returned to work on Monday to tackle a daunting list of challenges that include climate concerns and a growing homeless population — problems complicated by election-year politics. Members of the state Assembly's Democratic majority kicked off the second year of the two-year legislative session by announcing California's version of the "Green New Deal" — an ambitious climate proposal that could impose new rules to reduce emissions from cars and trucks.. California is already one of the most aggressive states when it comes to addressing climate change, including a state law that requires all of the state's energy to come from renewable and zero-carbon sources by 2045. "We think that's not fast eno
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