A skirmish last week over setup costs only foreshadows the battles ahead for the landmark bill that would slash emissions by 2020.
With California's debt topping $16 billion, the governor is stuck with a legislative standoff over tax hikes.
He doesn't understand why Hillary Clinton can't trade Bill to the Republicans for Mitt Romney and a state to be named later.
Supporters of the proposed six-lane road through San Onofre State Beach vow to fight on.
The four measures on the Feb. 5 ballot are being hotly debated. Officials say the state needs the revenue.