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2013-2014 SB1121 (USA CA)

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Official name California Climate Technology and Infrastructure Financing Act.
Bill SB 1121
Session 2013-2014
Bill page http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201320140SB1121
Vote page http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billVotesClient.xhtml?bill_id=201320140SB1121

Final actions on the bill:
  • Final passing Senate vote: 2014-05-27

Official details

Official name: California Climate Technology and Infrastructure Financing Act.
Official description:
Authors: De León
Coauthors:

Crowdsourced details

Crowdsourced name: California Climate Technology and Infrastructure Financing Act
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Crowdsourced description: Would enact the California Climate Technology and Infrastructure Financing Act and would require the bank, in consultation with the State Air Resources Board, to administer the California Climate Solutions Accelerator Account, which would be established by the bill in the California Infrastructure and Economic Development Bank Fund, to provide financial assistance to eligible greenhouse gas emissions reduction projects, as defined, upon appropriation by the Legislature.
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Motion votes:

On 2014-04-24 the Senate passed the motion 'Do pass as amended, and re-refer to the Committee on Rules.' in a vote of Yea 5 to Nay 2.

  • Voting 'Yea' were 5 members: Hernandez, Liu, Beall, DeSaulnier, Wolk
  • Voting 'Nay' were 2 members: Knight, Walters

On 2014-05-19 the Senate passed the motion 'Placed on Appropriations Suspense file.' in a vote of Yea 7 to Nay 0.

  • Voting 'Yea' were 7 members: De León, Lara, Steinberg, Hill, Gaines, Padilla, Walters

On 2014-05-23 the Senate passed the motion 'Do pass.' in a vote of Yea 5 to Nay 2.

  • Voting 'Yea' were 5 members: Padilla, Lara, Steinberg, Hill, De León
  • Voting 'Nay' were 2 members: Walters, Gaines

On 2014-05-27 the Senate passed the motion '3rd Reading SB1121 De León' in a vote of Yea 24 to Nay 12.

  • Voting 'Yea' were 24 members: Corbett, De León, Lara, Hueso, Jackson, Pavley, DeSaulnier, Hernandez, Torres, Leno, Monning, Galgiani, Hancock, Roth, Steinberg, Wolk, Padilla, Mitchell, Block, Evans, Beall, Lieu, Correa, Hill
  • Voting 'Nay' were 12 members: Huff, Fuller, Nielsen, Morrell, Berryhill, Knight, Cannella, Anderson, Gaines, Vidak, Wyland, Walters
  • Not voting were 4 members: Liu, Yee, Calderon, Wright

On 2014-06-12 the Assembly passed the motion 'Be referred to Committee on Natural Resources.' in a vote of Yea 10 to Nay 0.

  • Voting 'Yea' were 10 members: Gonzalez, Nazarian, Chávez, Hagman, Quirk, Ridley-Thomas, Dababneh, Waldron, Wilk, Gordon
  • Not voting were 1 members: Brown

On 2014-06-23 the Assembly passed the motion 'Do pass as amended and be re-referred to the Committee on Appropriations.' in a vote of Yea 6 to Nay 3.

  • Voting 'Yea' were 6 members: Stone, Muratsuchi, Garcia, Skinner, Chesbro, Williams
  • Voting 'Nay' were 3 members: Bigelow, Dahle, Patterson

On 2014-08-14 the Assembly passed the motion 'Do pass as amended.' in a vote of Yea 12 to Nay 5.

  • Voting 'Yea' were 12 members: Bradford, Holden, Gomez, Quirk, Gatto, Ridley-Thomas, Weber, Ian Calderon, Bocanegra, Campos, Eggman, Pan
  • Voting 'Nay' were 5 members: Bigelow, Jones, Wagner, Linder, Donnelly

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