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Jean Fuller (USA CA)

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Jean Fuller (USA CA)
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First Name: Jean
Last Name: Fuller
Middle Name:
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Gender: Female
Start Edit Date: 2017/06/19
End Edit Date: 2017/06/19
Office: CA State Senator
State: California
Senate District: 16
Party: Republican
Official Gov Site: http://district16.cssrc.us
Additional Site: http://fullerforsenate.com/
Wikipedia article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean_Fuller
Official Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jeanlfuller/
Official Twitter: https://twitter.com/JeanFuller
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Draft summary for the individual at Wikipedia

Jean Fuller remarked that her constituency is "home to oil producers and manufacturers" (1). She believes that “climate change is making us have droughts more regularly" (2). Nevertheless, she voted against SB 32, which mandates an 80% reduction in the state’s greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, reasoning that "climate change policies already passed by the majority party have had a drastic and negative impact on Kern County, costing us hundreds of energy jobs and causing our local economy to suffer" (3).

1. Rory Carroll, "California legislature passes climate change bills," August 24, 2016, http://www.reuters.com/article/us-california-climate-law-idUSKCN10Z2SM

2. Climate One, accessed June 18, 2017, https://climateone.org/people/jean-fuller

3. Jane Fuller, "Senator Fuller Comments on Signing of Job Killing Climate Change Legislation," September 8, 2017, http://fuller.cssrc.us/content/senator-fuller-comments-signing-job-killing-climate-change-legislation

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1. What are the individual's views on whether climate change is real and caused by human activity?

Jean Fuller believes that "climate change is making us have droughts more regularly than we’ve had in the past." (Climate One, accessed June 18, 2017, https://climateone.org/people/jean-fuller)

2. What votes, actions, and governmental/organizational activities on climate change and clean energy has the individual led/supported/opposed?

Jane Fuller represents Senate District 16, located in the Central Valley of California. Fuller views her constituency as "home to oil producers and manufacturers." (Rory Carroll, "California legislature passes climate change bills," August 24, 2016, http://www.reuters.com/article/us-california-climate-law-idUSKCN10Z2SM)

Fuller voted against SB 350, which established new California clean energy, clean air and greenhouse gas reduction goals for 2030. She stated, "[with the bill] we are going to lose more jobs. We had solar and wind energy jobs as well as gas and oil. In our county, we are basically suffering a net deficit of jobs based on these policies." (Jane Fuller, "No Bipartisan Support for Job Killer Bill," June 3, 2015, http://fuller.cssrc.us/content/no-bipartisan-support-job-killer-bill)

As Minority Leader, Fuller spoke on the Floor of the Senate in opposition prior to the vote on SB 32, which mandates an 80% reduction in the state’s greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. She remarked the bill as a "job killer." (CA Senate Republican Caucus, "Senate Republican Leader Fights to Protect California Jobs," August, 2016, http://cssrc.us/content/senate-republican-leader-fights-protect-california-jobs) In response to Governor Brown’s signing of the bill, Fuller released a statement. "It is unfortunate but not surprising that the governor has chosen to sign this job killing legislation," she said, "climate change policies already passed by the majority party have had a drastic and negative impact on Kern County, costing us hundreds of energy jobs and causing our local economy to suffer." (Jane Fuller, "Senator Fuller Comments on Signing of Job Killing Climate Change Legislation," September 8, 2017, http://fuller.cssrc.us/content/senator-fuller-comments-signing-job-killing-climate-change-legislation)

Automatically Generated Legislative Actions

SB 1121 California Climate Technology and Infrastructure Financing Act.

  • Jean voted nay (against 3rd Reading SB1121 De León).

AB 1110 Greenhouse gases emissions intensity reporting: retail electricity suppliers.

Final legislative action 2016-08-31 passed yeas 54, nays 25.

  • Jean did not vote (abstain/not present on Do pass as amended, but first amend, and re-refer to the Committee on [Appropriations]).
  • Jean voted nay (against 3rd Reading AB1110 Ting By Wolk).

AB 1550 Greenhouse gases: investment plan: disadvantaged communities.

Final legislative action 2016-08-31 passed yeas 53, nays 22.

  • Jean voted nay (against 3rd Reading (Supplemental File 1) AB1550 Gomez By De León).

AB 197 State Air Resources Board: greenhouse gases: regulations.

Final legislative action 2016-08-24 passed yeas 45, nays 30.

  • Jean did not vote (abstain/not present on Do pass, but first be re-referred to the Committee on [Appropriations]).
  • Jean voted nay (against 2nd Reading AB197 Eduardo Garcia By Pavley).

AB 2722 Transformative Climate Communities Program.

Final legislative action 2016-08-31 passed yeas 49, nays 27.

  • Jean voted nay (against 3rd Reading (Supplemental File 1) AB2722 Burke By Lara).

SB 1383 Short-lived climate pollutants: methane emissions: dairy and livestock: organic waste: landfills.

Final legislative action 2016-08-31 passed yeas 25, nays 12.

  • Jean voted nay (against 3rd Reading ).
  • Jean voted nay (against W/O REF. TO FILE ).

SB 32 California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006: emissions limit.

Final legislative action 2016-08-24 passed yeas 25, nays 13.

  • Jean voted nay (against 3rd Reading ).
  • Jean voted nay (against Unfinished Business (Supplemental File 1) SB32 Pavley Concurrence).

SB 350 Clean Energy and Pollution Reduction Act of 2015.

Final legislative action 2015-09-11 passed yeas 26, nays 14.

  • Jean voted nay (against Do pass, but first be re-referred to the Committee on [Environmental Quality]).
  • Jean voted nay (against 3rd Reading SB350 De León).
  • Jean voted nay (against Unfinished Business (Supplemental File 6) SB350 De León Concurrence).

3. What has the individual said about local and regional climate-related impacts and activities?

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