Hardly the first of its kind, San Francisco's plan is regarded as one of the
more ambitious big-city commitments in the United States -- all of them part of
a coordinated effort by mostly Democratic urban governments to counter the
perceived go-slow approach of the Bush administration.
So there is a collusive anti-business plan amongst Democratic urban governments? Wow. I never would have suspected that.
Anywho, the story lightly touches on what the City plans to due to reduce so-called "greenhouse gas" pollutants. No offense San Francisco, but how about reducing some slightly heavier pollutants first like all the trash on the streets, graffiti and corruption in City spending? Of course I guess the "mostly Democratic urban government" is probably too "big picture" to take those little things into account eh?