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William Brough (USA CA)

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William Brough (USA CA)
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First Name: William
Last Name: Brough
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Nickname: Bill
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Office: CA State Assemblymember
State: California
Assembly District: 73
Party: Republican
Official Gov Site: https://ad73.asmrc.org/
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1. What are the individual's views on whether climate change is real and caused by human activity?


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

Automatically Generated Legislative Actions

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

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

  • William voted yea (in favor of Do pass. To Consent Calendar.).
  • William voted yea (in favor of AB 1110 TING Consent Calendar Second Day ).
  • William voted nay (against AB 1110 TING Concurrence in Senate Amendments).

AB 1550 Greenhouse gases: investment plan: disadvantaged communities.

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

  • William voted yea (in favor of AB 1550 GOMEZ Assembly Third Reading).
  • William voted nay (against AB 1550 GOMEZ Concurrence in Senate Amendments).

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

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

  • William voted nay (against AB 197 GARCIA, E. Assembly Third Reading).
  • William voted nay (against AB 197 GARCIA, E. Concurrence in Senate Amendments).

AB 2722 Transformative Climate Communities Program.

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

  • William voted nay (against AB 2722 BURKE Assembly Third Reading).
  • William voted nay (against AB 2722 BURKE Concurrence in Senate Amendments).

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.

  • William voted nay (against SB 1383 Lara Senate Third Reading Amend By THURMOND Set #1).
  • William voted nay (against SB 1383 Lara Senate Third Reading By THURMOND).

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

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

  • William voted nay (against SB 32 Pavley Senate Third Reading Amend By WILLIAMS Set #1).
  • William voted nay (against SB 32 Pavley Senate Third Reading By RIDLEY-THOMAS).
  • William voted nay (against SB 32 Pavley Motion to Reconsider).
  • William voted nay (against SB 32 Pavley Senate Third Reading Amend By GARCIA, E. Set #1).
  • William voted nay (against SB 32 Pavley Senate Third Reading By GARCIA, E.).

SB 350 Clean Energy and Pollution Reduction Act of 2015.

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

  • William voted nay (against SB 350 De León Senate Third Reading Amend By WILLIAMS Set #1).
  • William voted nay (against SB 350 De León Senate Third Reading By ATKINS).

AB 151 California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006: market-based compliance mechanisms: scoping plan: report.

  • William voted nay (against Do pass.).

AB 618 Local Agency Public Construction Act: job order contracting: school districts: community college districts.

  • William voted nay (against Do pass.).
  • William voted nay (against AB 618 LOW Assembly Third Reading).

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



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