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As the energy crisis continues, there's action--and inaction--in Sacramento. Governor Davis signed the largest revenue bond bill in US history today-13.4 billion dollars-to help pay back the state for the energy it's been buying. But Republicans voted "no," which means it won't go into effect for 90 days. That brought an end to the legislature's special session on energy-which means that 200 other proposals will have to start through the process all over again. Tonight, we'll have an update on what's being done-and what's not being done-to deal with what is being called the worst crisis in the history of the State of California.

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Host:
Warren Olney

Producers:
Frances Anderton

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