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2015-2016 AB1110 (USA CA)

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Official name Greenhouse gases emissions intensity reporting: retail electricity suppliers.
Bill AB 1110
Session 2015-2016
Bill page http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB1110
Vote page http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billVotesClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB1110

Final actions on the bill:
  • Final passing Senate vote: 2016-08-23
  • Final passing Assembly vote: 2015-05-11
  • Signed by Governor: 2016-09-26

Official details

Official name: Greenhouse gases emissions intensity reporting: retail electricity suppliers.
Official description:
Authors: Ting
Coauthors:

Crowdsourced details

Crowdsourced name: Greenhouse gases emissions intensity reporting
Crowdsourced related hashtags (separated by commas):
Crowdsourced description: AB 1110 requires every retail supplier to disclose the associated GHG emissions intensity for the previous calendar year’s energy portfolio.
Crowdsourced detailed description:
Suggested 'Nay' template text: In September 2016, -NAME- voted against AB 1110, which required every retail supplier to disclose the associated GHG emissions intensity for the previous calendar year’s energy portfolio.
Suggested 'Yea' template text: In September 2016, -NAME- voted for AB 1110, which required every retail supplier to disclose the associated GHG emissions intensity for the previous calendar year’s energy portfolio.


Motion votes:

On 2015-05-04 the Assembly passed the motion 'Do pass. To Consent Calendar.' in a vote of Yea 9 to Nay 0.

  • Voting 'Yea' were 9 members: Patterson, Quirk, Brough, Wagner, Ting, Dababneh, Roger Hernández, Gipson, Mullin

On 2015-05-11 the Assembly passed the motion 'AB 1110 TING Consent Calendar Second Day ' in a vote of Yea 79 to Nay 0.

  • Voting 'Yea' were 79 members: Gonzalez, Mathis, Gipson, Cooper, Mullin, Levine, Harper, Thurmond, Hadley, Ridley-Thomas, Roger Hernández, Weber, Dahle, Bonilla, Chu, Waldron, Mayes, Alejo, Burke, McCarty, Holden, Brown, Santiago, Chávez, Patterson, Williams, Gomez, Frazier, Dodd, Wood, Medina, Campos, Gallagher, Dababneh, Kim, Olsen, Mark Stone, Maienschein, Bloom, Lopez, Travis Allen, Jones, Gray, Nazarian, Cooley, Bonta, Wilk, Brough, Grove, Rendon, Baker, Beth Gaines, Irwin, Perea, Gatto, Melendez, Jones-Sawyer, Gordon, Cristina Garcia, Achadjian, Obernolte, Chang, Steinorth, Ting, Lackey, Eggman, "O'Donnell", Rodriguez, Daly, Quirk, Wagner, Salas, Chiu, Linder, Calderon, Chau, Bigelow, Eduardo Garcia, Low
  • Not voting were 1 members: Atkins

On 2015-07-13 the Senate passed the motion 'Do pass as amended, but first amend, and re-refer to the Committee on [Appropriations]' in a vote of Yea 9 to Nay 0.

  • Voting 'Yea' were 9 members: McGuire, Hertzberg, Cannella, Leyva, Lara, Hill, Wolk, Pavley, Hueso
  • Not voting were 2 members: Fuller, Morrell

On 2015-08-24 the Senate passed the motion 'Placed on suspense file' in a vote of Yea 7 to Nay 0.

  • Voting 'Yea' were 7 members: Bates, Nielsen, Mendoza, Leyva, Lara, Beall, Hill

On 2015-08-27 the Senate passed the motion 'Do pass' in a vote of Yea 5 to Nay 2.

  • Voting 'Yea' were 5 members: Lara, Mendoza, Leyva, Beall, Hill
  • Voting 'Nay' were 2 members: Bates, Nielsen

On 2016-08-24 the Senate passed the motion '3rd Reading AB1110 Ting By Wolk' in a vote of Yea 26 to Nay 12.

  • Voting 'Yea' were 26 members: Jackson, De León, Mendoza, Hertzberg, Liu, Lara, Hueso, Wieckowski, Pavley, Pan, Hernandez, Leno, Glazer, Monning, Hall, Galgiani, McGuire, Hancock, Roth, Wolk, Mitchell, Block, Leyva, Beall, Allen, Hill
  • Voting 'Nay' were 12 members: Huff, Stone, Vidak, Fuller, Nielsen, Morrell, Moorlach, Berryhill, Nguyen, Anderson, Gaines, Bates
  • Not voting were 1 members: Cannella

On 2016-08-30 the Assembly passed the motion 'With recommendation: That Senate amendments be concurred in.' in a vote of Yea 11 to Nay 3.

  • Voting 'Yea' were 11 members: Holden, Santiago, Chávez, Quirk, Eggman, Gatto, Ting, Williams, Cristina Garcia, Eduardo Garcia, Burke
  • Voting 'Nay' were 3 members: Obernolte, Dahle, Patterson
  • Not voting were 1 members: Hadley

On 2016-08-31 the Assembly passed the motion 'AB 1110 TING Concurrence in Senate Amendments' in a vote of Yea 54 to Nay 25.

  • Voting 'Yea' were 54 members: Gonzalez, Gipson, Cooper, Mullin, Levine, Thurmond, Hadley, Ridley-Thomas, Ting, Weber, Jones-Sawyer, Bonilla, Chu, Alejo, Burke, Roger Hernández, Holden, Brown, Santiago, Williams, Gomez, Frazier, Medina, Arambula, Campos, Dababneh, Mark Stone, Maienschein, Daly, Lopez, Atkins, Nazarian, Cooley, Bonta, Dodd, Rendon, Irwin, Gatto, Salas, McCarty, Gordon, Cristina Garcia, Achadjian, Eduardo Garcia, "O'Donnell", Rodriguez, Bloom, Quirk, Chiu, Wood, Calderon, Chau, Eggman, Low
  • Voting 'Nay' were 25 members: Mathis, Harper, Mayes, Chávez, Patterson, Lackey, Gallagher, Kim, Olsen, Linder, Travis Allen, Jones, Dahle, Brough, Grove, Baker, Bigelow, Wilk, Obernolte, Chang, Steinorth, Wagner, Waldron, Beth Gaines, Melendez
  • Not voting were 1 members: Gray

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