This fiscal year, California is spending about $35 million implementing the state\u2019s greenhouse gas reduction law, AB 32. The California Air Resources Board accounts for the lion\u2019s share of that money--$32 million to support 155 positions dedicated to its greenhouse gas programs. Prior to this fiscal year, the state spent about $27 million on preparations for carrying out AB 32 after the law was enacted in 2006. CARB is recovering the cost of the programs through a fee on major sources of greenhouse gas emissions. The Air Board could not answer how much of the money is going to fund the cap-and-trade program.