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2017-2018 AB262 (USA CA)

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Official name Public contracts: bid specifications: Buy Clean California Act.
Bill AB 262
Session 2017-2018
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Motion votes:

On 2017-07-05T07:00 the Senate passed the motion 'Do pass, but first be re-referred to the Committee on [Appropriations]' in a vote of Yea 6 to Nay 1.

  • Voting 'Yea' were 6 members: Gaines, Lara, Skinner, Wieckowski, Hill, Stern
  • Voting 'Nay' were 1 members: Stone

On 2017-08-21T07:00 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, Beall, Bradford, Hill, Lara, Wiener

On 2017-09-01T07:00 the Senate passed the motion 'Do pass' in a vote of Yea 5 to Nay 2.

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

On 2017-09-12T01:37 the Senate passed the motion '3rd Reading AB262 Bonta et al. By Galgiani' in a vote of Yea 30 to Nay 9.

  • Voting 'Yea' were 30 members: Bradford, Cannella, Dodd, Hernandez, Jackson, Portantino, Pan, Roth, Wilk, Hertzberg, Gaines, Mitchell, De León, Allen, Atkins, Hueso, McGuire, Mendoza, Newman, Skinner, Wiener, Galgiani, Glazer, Beall, Hill, Lara, Leyva, Monning, Stern, Wieckowski
  • Voting 'Nay' were 9 members: Fuller, Stone, Moorlach, Morrell, Nielsen, Vidak, Anderson, Bates, Nguyen
  • Not voting were 1 members: Berryhill

On 2017-09-13T22:14 the Assembly passed the motion 'AB 262 BONTA Concurrence in Senate Amendments' in a vote of Yea 64 to Nay 12.

  • Voting 'Yea' were 64 members: Eggman, Gonzalez Fletcher, Cristina Garcia, Flora, Burke, Salas, Mark Stone, Cervantes, Gallagher, Calderon, Gipson, Gray, Gloria, Bocanegra, Holden, Irwin, Rubio, Kalra, Dahle, Kiley, Levine, Low, Chau, Arambula, Caballero, McCarty, Eduardo Garcia, Medina, Baker, Berman, Chen, Chiu, Chu, Cooley, Cooper, Mullin, Muratsuchi, Nazarian, Quirk, Quirk-Silva, Reyes, Ridley-Thomas, Santiago, Steinorth, Ting, Wood, Cunningham, Dababneh, Daly, Friedman, Grayson, Acosta, Aguiar-Curry, Bloom, Bonta, Jones-Sawyer, Lackey, Limón, Maienschein, "O'Donnell", Rendon, Rodriguez, Thurmond, Weber
  • Voting 'Nay' were 12 members: Chávez, Frazier, Melendez, Travis Allen, Voepel, Harper, Obernolte, Choi, Bigelow, Brough, Mathis, Waldron
  • Not voting were 3 members: Fong, Mayes, Patterson

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