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2015-2016 AB2722 (USA CA)

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Official name Transformative Climate Communities Program.
Bill AB 2722
Session 2015-2016
Bill page http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB2722
Vote page http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billVotesClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB2722

Final actions on the bill:
  • Final passing Senate vote: 2016-08-31
  • Final passing Assembly vote: 2016-06-02
  • Signed by Governor: 2016-09-14

Official details

Official name: Transformative Climate Communities Program.
Official description:
Authors: Rodriguez, Burke, Arambula
Coauthors:

Crowdsourced details

Crowdsourced name: Transformative Climate Communities Program
Crowdsourced related hashtags (separated by commas):
Crowdsourced description: AB 2722 requires that the California Strategic Growth Council set up a competitive process to award monies to neighborhood-scale projects that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions and provide local, environmental, economic, and health benefits to disadvantaged communities.
Crowdsourced detailed description: Would create the Transformative Climate Communities Program, to be administered by the Strategic Growth Council. The bill would require the council to award competitive grants to specified eligible entities for the development and implementation of neighborhood-level transformative climate community plans that include greenhouse gas emissions reduction projects that provide local economic, environmental, and health benefits to disadvantaged communities, as defined. The bill would require the council to develop guidelines and selection criteria for the implementation of the program
Suggested 'Nay' template text: In September 2016, -NAME- voted against SB 2722: Transformative Climate Communities Program which would award monies to neighborhood-scale projects that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions and provide local, environmental, economic, and health benefits.
Suggested 'Yea' template text: In September 2016, -NAME- voted for SB 2722: Transformative Climate Communities Program which would award monies to neighborhood-scale projects that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions and provide local, environmental, economic, and health benefits.


Motion votes:

On 2016-04-18 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: Wood, Cristina Garcia, Mark Stone, Gomez, McCarty, Williams
  • Voting 'Nay' were 3 members: Harper, Jones, Hadley

On 2016-05-27 the Assembly passed the motion 'Do pass as amended.' in a vote of Yea 14 to Nay 6.

  • Voting 'Yea' were 14 members: Gonzalez, Holden, Santiago, Eggman, Bonta, Quirk, Daly, Wood, Bonilla, Calderon, Eduardo Garcia, Bloom, Weber, Roger Hernández
  • Voting 'Nay' were 6 members: Jones, Wagner, Gallagher, Bigelow, Obernolte, Chang

On 2016-06-02 the Assembly passed the motion 'AB 2722 BURKE Assembly Third Reading' in a vote of Yea 51 to Nay 26.

  • Voting 'Yea' were 51 members: Gonzalez, Gipson, Cooper, Mullin, Levine, Thurmond, Ridley-Thomas, Ting, Weber, Jones-Sawyer, Bonilla, Chu, Frazier, Burke, Roger Hernández, Holden, Brown, Santiago, Williams, Gomez, Alejo, Medina, Arambula, Campos, Dababneh, Mark Stone, Bloom, Lopez, Atkins, Gray, Nazarian, Cooley, Bonta, Dodd, Rendon, Irwin, Gatto, Salas, McCarty, Cristina Garcia, Eduardo Garcia, "O'Donnell", Rodriguez, Linder, Quirk, Chiu, Wood, Calderon, Chau, Eggman, Low
  • Voting 'Nay' were 26 members: Mathis, Harper, Mayes, Chávez, Patterson, Lackey, Olsen, Kim, Gallagher, Maienschein, Travis Allen, Jones, Dahle, Brough, Grove, Baker, Melendez, Wilk, Achadjian, Obernolte, Chang, Steinorth, Wagner, Waldron, Beth Gaines, Bigelow
  • Not voting were 3 members: Daly, Gordon, Hadley

On 2016-06-29 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 5 to Nay 2.

  • Voting 'Yea' were 5 members: Leno, Pavley, Jackson, Hill, Wieckowski
  • Voting 'Nay' were 2 members: Bates, Gaines

On 2016-08-08 the Senate passed the motion 'Placed on suspense file' in a vote of Yea 7 to Nay 0.

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

On 2016-08-11 the Senate passed the motion 'Do pass as amended' in a vote of Yea 5 to Nay 2.

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

On 2016-08-31 the Senate passed the motion '3rd Reading (Supplemental File 1) AB2722 Burke By Lara' in a vote of Yea 25 to Nay 12.

  • Voting 'Yea' were 25 members: Jackson, De León, Mendoza, Hertzberg, Liu, Lara, Hueso, Wieckowski, Pavley, Pan, Hernandez, Leno, Glazer, Monning, Hall, 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 2 members: Cannella, Galgiani

On 2016-09-01 the Assembly passed the motion 'AB 2722 BURKE Concurrence in Senate Amendments' in a vote of Yea 49 to Nay 27.

  • Voting 'Yea' were 49 members: Gonzalez, Cooper, Mullin, Levine, Thurmond, Ridley-Thomas, Ting, Jones-Sawyer, Bonilla, Chu, Alejo, Gipson, Holden, Brown, Santiago, Williams, Quirk, McCarty, Wood, Medina, Arambula, Campos, Burke, Mark Stone, Daly, Lopez, Dababneh, Atkins, Nazarian, Cooley, Bonta, Dodd, Rendon, Irwin, Gatto, Salas, Weber, Gordon, Cristina Garcia, Gomez, "O'Donnell", Rodriguez, Bloom, Chiu, Linder, Calderon, Chau, Eduardo Garcia, Low
  • Voting 'Nay' were 27 members: Mathis, Harper, Hadley, Mayes, Chávez, Patterson, Lackey, Olsen, Kim, Gallagher, Maienschein, Travis Allen, Jones, Dahle, Brough, Grove, Baker, Melendez, Wilk, Achadjian, Obernolte, Chang, Steinorth, Wagner, Waldron, Beth Gaines, Bigelow
  • Not voting were 4 members: Gray, Eggman, Frazier, Roger Hernández

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