A proposed measure aiming for the November ballot would force California's nuclear power plants at San Onofre and Diablo Canyon to cease operations - and could cause rolling blackouts and cost billions, according to the nonpartisan Legislative Analyst.
The Nuclear Waste Act of 2012 would require that no nuclear power be generated in the Golden State until the federal government can permanently dispose of high-level nuclear waste.
In short, the results would be chaos; voluntary and avoidable chaos. California voters already missed one opportunity to stop the green bloodletting last year when they failed to pass Proposition 23, which would have suspended implementation of AB 32 until the state gets out of its current unemployment doldrums. If they fail again, the last person out of the state won't even have to bother turning out the lights.