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                                UNFINISHED BUSINESS 

          Bill No:  SB 32
          Author:   Pavley (D), et al.
          Amended:  8/19/16  
          Vote:     21 

           AYES:  Wieckowski, Hill, Jackson, Leno, Pavley
           NOES:  Gaines, Bates

           AYES:  Lara, Beall, Hill, Leyva, Mendoza
           NOES:  Bates, Nielsen

           SENATE FLOOR:  24-15, 6/3/15
           AYES:  Allen, Beall, Block, De León, Glazer, Hall, Hancock,  
            Hernandez, Hertzberg, Hill, Hueso, Jackson, Lara, Leno, Leyva,  
            Liu, McGuire, Mendoza, Mitchell, Monning, Pan, Pavley,  
            Wieckowski, Wolk
           NOES:  Anderson, Bates, Berryhill, Cannella, Fuller, Gaines,  
            Galgiani, Huff, Moorlach, Morrell, Nguyen, Roth, Runner,  
            Stone, Vidak
           NO VOTE RECORDED:  Nielsen

           ASSEMBLY FLOOR:  30-35, 9/8/15 - See last page for vote (FAIL)

           ASSEMBLY FLOOR:  49-30, 8/23/16 - See last page for vote

           SUBJECT:   California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006:  
                     emissions limit

          SOURCE:    Author

          DIGEST:  This bill requires the Air Resources Board (ARB) to  


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          ensure that statewide greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions are reduced  
          to at least 40% below the 1990 level by 2030.

          Assembly Amendments add intent language and strike the requirement  
          that ARB approve a statewide GHG emissions target of 80% below the  
          1990 level, to be achieved by 2050.


          Existing law, under the California Global Warming Solutions Act of  
          2006 (also known as AB 32):

          1) Requires ARB to determine the 1990 statewide GHG emissions  
             level and approve a statewide GHG emissions limit that is  
             equivalent to that level, to be achieved by 2020, and to adopt  
             GHG emissions reductions measures by regulation.  

          2) Authorizes ARB to adopt a regulation that establishes a system  
             of market-based declining annual aggregate emission limits for  
             sources or categories of sources that emit GHGs, applicable  
             from January 1, 2012, to December 31, 2020, inclusive.

          3) Specifies that the statewide GHG emissions limit remains in  
             effect unless otherwise amended or repealed.

          4) Expresses Legislative intent that the statewide emissions limit  
             continue in existence and be used to maintain and continue GHG  
             emissions reductions beyond 2020.

          5) Requires ARB to make recommendations to the Governor and the  
             Legislature on how to continue GHG emissions reductions beyond  

          This bill:

          1)Makes findings and declarations regarding requirements and  
            authority of ARB under AB 32; the need to continue to reduce GHG  
            emissions to protect all areas of the state, especially the  


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            state's most disadvantaged communities; and that ARB shall  
            achieve the state's more stringent GHG emission reductions in a  
            manner that benefits the state's most disadvantaged communities  
            and is transparent and accountable to the public and the  

          2)Requires ARB to ensure that statewide GHG emissions are reduced  
            to at least 40% below the 1990 statewide GHG emissions level no  
            later than December 31, 2030, when adopting rules and  
            regulations to achieve the maximum technologically feasible and  
            cost-effective GHG emissions reductions authorized by AB 32. 

          3)Specifies that the bill shall become operative only if AB 197  
            (Garcia) is enacted and becomes effective on or before January  
            1, 2017.


          1)The Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006.  In 2006, the Global  
            Warming Solutions Act of 2006, AB 32 (Núńez, Pavley, Chapter  
            488, Statutes of 2006), requires the ARB to determine the 1990  
            statewide GHG emissions level and approve a statewide GHG  
            emissions limit that is equivalent to that level, to be achieved  
            by 2020. 

            AB 32 requires the ARB, among other things, to inventory GHG  
            emissions in California; implement regulations that achieve the  
            maximum technologically feasible and cost-effective reduction of  
            GHG emissions and impose fees for administrative implementation  
            costs; identify and adopt regulations for discrete early action  
            measures; and prepare and approve a scoping plan to achieve the  
            maximum technologically feasible and cost-effective reduction of  
            GHG emissions by 2020, to be updated every five years.

            The statute also specifies that the ARB may include market-based  
            compliance mechanisms in the AB 32 regulations, after  
            considering the potential for direct, indirect, and cumulative  
            emission impacts from these mechanisms.


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          2)AB 32 Scoping Plan.  Pursuant to AB 32, the ARB approved the  
            first Scoping Plan in 2008.  The Scoping Plan outlined a suite  
            of measures aimed at achieving 1990-level emissions, a reduction  
            of 80 million metric tons of CO2 (MMT CO2e).  Average emission  
            data in the Scoping Plan reveal that transportation accounts for  
            almost 40% of statewide GHG emissions, and electricity and  
            commercial and residential energy sector account for over 30% of  
            statewide GHG emissions.  The industrial sector, including  
            refineries, oil and gas production, cement plants, and food  
            processors, was shown to contribute 20% of California's total  
            GHG emissions. 

            The 2008 Scoping Plan recommended that reducing GHG emissions  
            from the wide variety of sources that make up the state's  
            emissions profile could best be accomplished through a  
            cap-and-trade program along with a mix of other strategies  
            including a low carbon fuel standard (LCFS), light-duty vehicle  
            GHG standards, expanding and strengthening existing energy  
            efficiency programs, and building and appliance standards, a 33%  
            Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS), and regional  
            transportation-related GHG targets. Pursuant to authority under  
            AB 32, the ARB adopted a Low Carbon Fuel Standard in 2009, and a  
            cap-and-trade program, approved on December 13, 2011.

            Scoping Plan update.  The ARB approved an update to the Scoping  
            Plan on May 22, 2014.  The update describes policies, actions,  
            and strategies in the energy, transportation, fuels,  
            agriculture, waste, and natural lands sectors as a means to  
            continue emissions reductions in each of these sectors.  The  
            update also asserts that California is on track to meet the  
            near-term 2020 GHG limit and is well positioned to maintain and  
            continue reductions beyond 2020 as required by AB 32.

          3)Executive Orders.  In 2005, Governor Schwarzenegger issued  
            Executive Order S-3-05 and called for GHG emissions reductions  
            to 1990 levels by 2020 and 80% below 1990 levels by 2050.  

            On April 29, 2015, Governor Brown issued Executive Order  
            B-30-15, which established an interim statewide GHG emission  
            reduction target to reduce GHG emissions to 40% below 1990  
            levels by 2030, "in order to ensure California meets its target  
            of reducing greenhouse gas emissions to 80 percent below 1990  


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            levels by 2050."  The EO also directed all state agencies with  
            jurisdiction over sources of GHG emissions to implement  
            measures, pursuant to statutory authority, to achieve reductions  
            of GHG emissions to meet the 2030 and 2050 greenhouse gas  
            emissions reductions targets.

          4)2030 Concept Paper.  On June 17, 2016, ARB released a "2030  
            Target Scoping Plan Update Concept Paper."  The paper includes  
            four potential high-level concepts for achieving a 40% GHG  
            reduction below the 1990 GHG level by 2030.  Concept 1 calls for  
            enhancements to existing, successful programs and implementation  
            of SB 350 (de Leon, Chapter 547, Statutes of 2015).  It suggests  
            investment of funds from the cap-and-trade program in areas that  
            would further the goals of AB 32.  Concept 2 extends the actions  
            in Concept 1 to specifically address the industrial sector  
            through industrial facility caps.  It would have no  
            cap-and-trade regulation post-2020 and no statewide limit on GHG  
            emissions.  Concept 3 focuses on transportation-oriented policy  
            aimed at ambitious reductions in vehicle miles traveled and  
            increased number of zero-emission and plug-in vehicles by 2030.   
            It would not continue cap-and-trade regulation post-2020.   
            Concept 4 includes the same complementary policies as Concept 1,  
            but in lieu of a cap-and-trade program, suggests a carbon tax  
            applied at a value predetermined by a method such as economic  
            modeling or the use of United States Environmental Protection  
            Agency social cost of carbon.  According to the paper, it is not  
            clear if the scenario outlined in Concept 4 would ultimately  
            achieve the 2030 target because it would not include a statewide  
            limit on GHG emissions, and it is unknown how the moneys  
            generated by a carbon tax would be used.


          Purpose of the bill.  According to the author, "California has  
          consistently set the pace in investing in a new, clean energy  
          economy, and in communities battling climate change at the front  
          lines. In the decade since the passage of AB 32 (Núńez-Pavley,  
          2006), the state has seen billions of dollars pour into  
          investments in state-of-the-art technology, which has in turn  
          created hundreds of thousands of jobs in the service of cleaning  
          our air, making our energy sources more independent and reliable,  
          and safeguarding our climate for our children. 


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          "Now, as the legislature considers this year's SB 32--and its  
          companion bill, AB 197--the state has the opportunity to build a  
          new coalition that ensures that we continue the historic progress  
          we've made on climate, and to write the next chapter of our  
          state's climate policy with three guiding principles at its core:  
          equity, accountability, and transparency.  SB 32 sets a 2030  
          climate pollution reduction target of 40% below 1990 levels.   
          Doing so now provides critical certainty and predictability to  
          businesses that need to know California will continue to support  
          their work to clean our air and water.  The bill also highlights  
          the critical role that the legislature plays in developing state  
          climate policy, and ensures that the policy is made transparently,  
          and designed to help lift our most disadvantaged citizens up  
          together with all Californians. 

          "We know that the communities hardest hit by climate  
          pollution--those that will suffer first and most frequently from  
          the impacts of a heat wave, or a drought, or a flood, or poor air  
          quality, or unavailable water--are disadvantaged communities, and  
          disproportionately communities of color. That is why our climate  
          package requires that our state's agencies ensure our programs are  
          equitably designed, and that investments in climate pollution  
          reduction provide the most benefits to those who need them most. 

          "The good news is that the state and the private sector are  
          largely already on track to accomplish so many of these goals.   
          Governor Schwarzenegger signed Executive Order S-03-05, which set  
          a long-term greenhouse gas emissions reduction target for  
          California of 80 percent below 1990 levels by 2050; Governor Brown  
          signed Executive Order B-30-15, which set a mid-term greenhouse  
          gas emissions reduction target for California of 40% below 1990  
          levels by 2030; and the Legislature already codified a 40% below  
          1990 levels by 2030 target for the power sector in SB 350 last  
          year.  Businesses have risen to these calls with California's  
          spirit of ingenuity, and have created a global model for clean  
          energy technology, entrepreneurship, and policy innovation that  
          countries around the world seek to replicate.  SB 32 represents  
          the next step of this critical policy, and to ensure that when the  
          state drafts its climate policy, it does so with the interests of  
          those who need our protection the most in mind."


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          FISCAL EFFECT:   Appropriation:    No          Fiscal  
          Com.:YesLocal:   No

          According to the Assembly Appropriations Committee:

           Unknown annual costs, at least in the hundreds of millions of  
            dollars, from various special funds for additional programs to  
            achieve the new required emissions reductions.

           Minor, absorbable costs for the ARB to set the 2030 target  
            (Cost of Implementation Account).

          SUPPORT:   (Verified8/23/16)

           State Controller Betty Yee
           350 Bay Area
           350 Sacramento
           Access to Independence
           Advanced Energy Economy
           Agility Fuel Systems
           Agoura Hills Mayor Ilece Buckley
           American Academy of Pediatrics - California District IX
           American Cancer Society, California Division
           American College of Physicians, California Service Chapter
           American Farmland Trust
           American Heart Association
           American Lung Association in California
           American Stroke Association
           Annie's Inc.
           Applied LNG Technologies
           Apricus Inc.
           Asthma Coalition of Los Angeles County
           Atmos Energy
           Audubon Society of California
           Autodesk, Inc.


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           Bay Area Air Quality Management District
           Baz Allergy, Asthma & Sinus Center (San Joaquin Valley)
           Ben & Jerry's
           Benicia Mayor Elizabeth Patterson
           Big Sur Land Trust
           Biodico Sustainable Biorefineries
           Bioenergy Association of California
           Biosynthetic Technologies
           Blue Sky Biochar
           Bonnie J. Adario Lung Cancer Foundation
           Breathe California
           Building Doctors
           Business for Innovative Climate and Energy Policy
           C&C Development Co.
           Calabasas Mayor Lucy Martin
           California Bicycle Coalition
           California Biodiesel Alliance
           California Biomass Energy Alliance
           California Black Health Network
           California Catholic Conference, Inc.
           California Climate and Agriculture Network
           California Conference of Directors of Environmental Health
           California Contract Cities Association
           California Electric Transportation Coalition
           California Energy Efficiency Industry Council
           California Energy Storage Alliance
           California Equity Leaders Network
           California Green Business Network
           California Interfaith Power & Light
           California League of Conservation Voters
           California Municipal Utilities Association
           California Natural Gas Vehicle Coalition
           California Nurses Association
           California Pan-Ethnic Health Network
           California Public Health Association, North
           California Ski Industry Association
           California Solar Energy Industries Association
           California Solar Energy Industry Association
           California State Council of Laborers
           California Thoracic Society
           California Transit Association
           California Trout


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           California Urban Forests Council
           California Wind Energy Association
           Californians Against Waste
           Calpine Corporation
           Carbon Cycle Institute
           Cathedral City Mayor Pro Tem Greg Pettis
           Catholic Charities, Diocese of Stockton
           Center for Biological Diversity
           Center for Climate Change and Health
           Center for Climate Protection
           Center for Sustainable Suburban Development at University  
            California, Riverside
           Central California Asthma Collaborative
           Chart Industries
           Circulate San Diego
           City and County of San Francisco
           City Heights Community Development Corporation
           City of Arcata
           City of Berkeley
           City of Los Angeles
           City of Maywood
           City of Moorpark
           City of Oxnard
           City of Santa Monica
           City of Santa Rosa
           City of Sebastopol
           City of Simi Valley
           City of Thousand Oaks
           City of West Hollywood
           Clean Energy
           Clean Power Finance
           Clean Water Action
           CleanTech San Diego
           Cleveland National Forest Foundation
           Clif Bar, Inc
           Climate Action Campaign
           Climate Action Reserve
           Climate Parents


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           Climate Ready Solutions LLC
           Climate Resolve
           Communications Workers of American, AFL-CIO District 9
           Communitas Financial Planning
           Community Action to Fight Asthma
           Consumers Union
           County of Los Angeles
           County of Marin
           County of Santa Barbara
           County of Sonoma
           County of Ventura
           Covanta Energy Corporation
           Cummins Westport Inc.
           Davis Mayor Dan Wolk
           Dignity Health
           Distance Learning Consulting
           Doctors for Climate Health
           Eagle Creek
           East Bay Municipal Utility District
           Ecogate, Inc.
           El Proyecto del Barrio, Inc
           Endangered Habitats League
           Environment California
           Environmental Action Committee of West Marin
           Environmental Defense Fund
           Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2)
           Environmental Health Coalition
           Environmental Health Department, County of Los Angeles
           Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
           Ford Motor Company
           Fresno Mayor Ashley Swearengin
           Friends Committee on Legislation of California
           Friends of the River
           Gap, Inc.
           General Motors Company
           Gladstein Neandross & Associates
           Global Green USA


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           Grand Boulevard Initiative
           Green Education
           Greenbelt Alliance
           Harvest Power
           Health Care Without Harm
           Health Officers Association of California
           House Kombucha
           Housing California
           Humane Society International
           Humane Society of the United States
           Impco Automotive
           Jewish Family Services of Los Angeles
           KB Home
           Klean Kanteen
           Lancaster Mayor R. Rex Parris
           Land Trust of Santa Cruz County
           Large-Scale Solar Association
           Leadership Counsel for Justice and Accountability
           League of Women Voters of California
           League of Women Voters of Orange Coast
           Levi Strauss & Co
           Liberty Hill Foundation
           Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia
           Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy
           Los Angeles Business Council
           Los Angeles County Medical Association
           Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda Solis 
           Los Angeles County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas 
          Los Angeles County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl 
           Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti
           Marin Agricultural Land Trust
           Marin Clean Energy
           Mars Incorporated
           Medical Advocates for Healthy Air
           Member of Congress, Adam B. Schiff
           Member of Congress, Alan Lowenthal
           Member of Congress, Ted W. Lieu
           Mercury Press International


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           Moms Clean Air Force
           Morgner Construction
           Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority
           Move LA
           National Parks Conservation Association
           Natural Resources Defense Council
           Nature Conservancy
           NextGen Climate
           Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf
           Pacific Forest Trust
           Pacific Gas and Electric
           Pacoima Beautiful
           Patagonia Works
           Patagonia, Inc.
           Peninsula Open Space Trust
           People Organizing to Demand Environmental and Economic Rights
           Physicians for Social Responsibility, Los Angeles
           Physicians for Social Responsibility--SF-Bay Area Chapter
           Planning and Conservation League
           Plug In America
           Prevention Institute
           Progressive Asset Management, Inc.
           Progressive Baptist State Convention of California and the West
           Proterra Inc.
           Public Health Institute
           Puma Springs Vineyards
           Purple Wine & Spirits
           Questar Fueling
           RC Cubed, Inc.
           Redlands Area Democratic Club
           Redlands Mayor Pro Tempore Jon Harrison
           Regional Asthma Management and Prevention
           Republic Services, Inc.
           Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson
           Sacramento Municipal Utility District
           San Diego Housing Federation
           San Diego-Imperial Counties Labor Council
           San Francisco Asthma Task Force


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           San Francisco Mayor Edwin Lee
           San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo
           Santa Ana Mayor Miguel Pulido
           Santa Clara County Medical Society
           Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority
           Santa Clarita Organization for Planning and the Environment
           Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy
           Save the Redwoods League
           Sempra Energy
           Sequoia Riverlands Trust
           Service Employees International Union
           Sidel Systems USA
           Sierra Business Council
           Sierra Club California
           Silicon Valley Leadership Group
           Solano County Transit
           Solar Energy Industries Association
           Sonoma Agricultural Preservation and Open Space District
           Sonoma Clean Power
           Sonoma County Asthma Coalition
           Sonoma County Water Agency
           South Coast Air Quality Management District
           Southern California Edison
           Southern California Gas Company
           Southern California Public Power Authority
               Southwest Wetlands Interpretive Association
           Spectrum LNG
           Stop Waste
           Sustainable North Bay
           Tamalpais Nature Works
           The Added Edge
           The Hampstead Companies
           The North Face
           Trillium CNG
           Trust for Public Land
           U.S. Green Building Council California
           Union of Concerned Scientists
           United States Senator Barbara Boxer


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           United States Senator Dianne Feinstein
           Voices for Progress
           Wakeland Housing & Development Corporation
           Waste Management, Inc.
           Waterplanet Alliance
           WaterSmart Software
           Westport Innovations

          OPPOSITION:   (Verified8/23/16)

           African American Farmers of California
           Agricultural Council of California
           American Alliance Authority and Compliance
           American Alliance Drug Testing
           American Forest and Paper Association
           American Wood Council
           Apartment Association of Greater Los Angeles
           Apartment Association of Orange County
           Apartment Association, California Southern Cities
           Associated Builders and Contractors of California
           Brea Chamber of Commerce
           Building Owners and Managers Association
           California Agricultural Aircraft Association
           California Apartment Association
           California Association of Nurseries and Garden Centers
           California Association of Realtors
           California Building Industry Association
           California Business Properties Association
           California Business Roundtable
           California Cattlemen's Association
           California Chamber of Commerce
           California Concrete Pumpers Alliance
           California Construction Trucking Association
           California Cotton Ginners Association
           California Cotton Growers Association
           California Dairies, Inc.
           California Dairy Campaign
           California Farm Bureau Association


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           California Farm Bureau Federation
           California Fresh Fruit Association
           California Independent Oil Marketers Association
           California Independent Petroleum Association
           California League of Food Processors
           California Manufacturers and Technology Association
           California Political Consulting Group
           California Small Business Association
           California Taxpayers Association
           California Trucking Association
           Californians for Affordable and Reliable Energy
           Camarillo Chamber of Commerce
           Chambers of Commerce Alliance of Ventura & Santa Barbara  
           Coalition of American Latino Truckers
           East Bay Rental Housing Association
           Family Business Association
           Fullerton Chamber of Commerce
           Greater Bakersfield Chamber of Commerce
           Greater Fresno Area Chamber of Commerce
           Greater Riverside Chamber of Commerce
           Heavy-Haul Conference
           Inland Empire Economic Partnership
           International Council of Shopping Centers
           Irvine Chamber of Commerce
           Kern County Board of Supervisors
           Los Angeles County Business Federation
           Milk Producers Council
           NAIOP of California, the Commercial Real Estate Development  
           National Federation of Independent Business
           National Hmong American Farmers
           Nisei Farmers League
           North Orange County Chamber
           North Valley Property Owners Association
           Orange County Business Council
           Oxnard Chamber of Commerce
           Rancho Cordova Chamber of Commerce
           Redondo Beach Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau
           San Jose Silicon Valley Chamber of Commerce
           Santa Barbara Rental Property Association
           Santa Maria Valley Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Convention  


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           Simi Valley Chamber of Commerce
           South Bay Association of Chambers of Commerce
           Southwest California Legislative Council
           Torrance Chamber of Commerce
           Valley Industry and Commerce Association
           Ventura County Economic Development Association
           Western Agricultural Processors Association
           Western Growers Association
           Western Plant Health Association
           Western States Petroleum Association
           Western Trucking Alliance
           Western United Dairymen

           ASSEMBLY FLOOR:  30-35, 9/8/15 (FAIL)
           AYES:  Bloom, Bonilla, Bonta, Chau, Chiu, Chu, Dababneh,  
            Eggman, Cristina Garcia, Gatto, Gomez, Gonzalez, Holden,  
            Jones-Sawyer, Levine, Lopez, McCarty, Mullin, Nazarian, Quirk,  
            Rendon, Ridley-Thomas, Santiago, Mark Stone, Thurmond, Ting,  
            Weber, Williams, Wood, Atkins
           NOES:  Achadjian, Travis Allen, Baker, Bigelow, Brough, Chang,  
            Cooley, Dahle, Daly, Frazier, Beth Gaines, Gallagher, Gray,  
            Grove, Hadley, Harper, Jones, Kim, Lackey, Linder, Low,  
            Maienschein, Mathis, Mayes, Medina, Melendez, Obernolte,  
            Olsen, Patterson, Perea, Salas, Steinorth, Wagner, Waldron,  
           NO VOTE RECORDED:  Alejo, Brown, Burke, Calderon, Campos,  
            Chávez, Cooper, Dodd, Eduardo Garcia, Gipson, Gordon, Roger  
            Hernández, Irwin, O'Donnell, Rodriguez

           ASSEMBLY FLOOR:  49-30, 8/23/16
           AYES:  Alejo, Arambula, Atkins, Baker, Bloom, Bonilla, Bonta,  
            Brown, Burke, Calderon, Campos, Chau, Chiu, Chu, Cooley,  
            Cooper, Dababneh, Dodd, Eggman, Cristina Garcia, Eduardo  
            Garcia, Gatto, Gipson, Gomez, Gonzalez, Gordon, Roger  
            Hernández, Holden, Irwin, Jones-Sawyer, Levine, Lopez, Low,  
            McCarty, Medina, Mullin, Nazarian, O'Donnell, Quirk,  
            Ridley-Thomas, Rodriguez, Santiago, Mark Stone, Thurmond,  
            Ting, Weber, Williams, Wood, Rendon
           NOES:  Achadjian, Travis Allen, Bigelow, Brough, Chang, Chávez,  


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            Dahle, Frazier, Beth Gaines, Gallagher, Gray, Grove, Hadley,  
            Harper, Jones, Kim, Lackey, Linder, Maienschein, Mathis,  
            Mayes, Melendez, Obernolte, Olsen, Patterson, Salas,  
            Steinorth, Wagner, Waldron, Wilk
           NO VOTE RECORDED:  Daly

          Prepared by:Rebecca Newhouse / E.Q. / (916) 651-4108
          8/24/16 10:20:34

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