Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker is reviewing sweeping legislation to reduce the commonwealth’s greenhouse gas pollution, spur clean energy jobs, electrify buildings, and protect communities disproportionately harmed by pollution. The bill passed by 38-2 vote in the State Senate and in the House 145-9, but Baker has not committed to signing the bill and could use a pocket veto to let it die following the conclusion of the legislative session overnight. In addition to mandating net-zero greenhouse gas pollution in Massachusetts by 2050, the legislation would also boost offshore wind energy and codify the definition of “environmental justice populations.” It would increase fines for pipeline safety violations, following a deadly series of explosions in late 2018. The bill’s passage follows Gov. Baker’s release of plans to eliminate greenhouse gas pollution by 2050, ban the sale of new internal combustion cars by 2035, and electrify heating in 1 million homes. (AP, E&E $, WBUR, MassLive, Boston Globe $; Baker administration plan: The Hill, Car & Driver)