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Gov. Newsom abruptly announces he won’t attend the U.N. climate change conference. Lt. Gov. Kounalakis will lead the California delegation.

What does it mean for Gov. Newsom to skip climate conference?

Gov. Newsom abruptly announces he won’t attend the U.N. climate change conference. Lt. Gov. Kounalakis will lead the California delegation.

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Gov. Newsom and state leaders are going to an international conference to make a statement on California climate change policy.

What’s at stake for California and Newsom at climate conference?

Gov. Newsom and state leaders are going to an international conference to make a statement on California climate change policy.

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