Let’s check in and see how the Clean Energy Jobs Act that California voters approved in 2012 (which progressives like billionaire Tom Steyer would love to take national) is living up to its billing:
Three years after California voters passed a ballot measure to raise taxes on corporations and generate clean energy jobs by funding energy-efficiency projects in schools, barely one-tenth of the promised jobs have been created, and the state has no comprehensive list to show how much work has been done or how much energy has been saved.
Surprised? Probably not:
Worse yet, the White House is determined to recreate that kind of green jobs “success” on a much larger scale.