AB 2514 - An Act to Amend Section 9620 Of, and to Add Chapter 7.7 (Commencing with Section 2835) to Part 2 of Division 1 Of, the Public Utilities Code, Relating to Energy.

Energy storage systems. 2009-2010 Legislature. View bill details
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Summary:
Under existing law, the Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has regulatory authority over public utilities, including electrical corporations, as defined. The existing Public Utilities Act requires the CPUC to review and adopt a procurement plan for each electrical corporation in accordance with specified elements, incentive mechanisms, and objectives. The existing California Renewables Portfolio… More
Under existing law, the Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has regulatory authority over public utilities, including electrical corporations, as defined. The existing Public Utilities Act requires the CPUC to review and adopt a procurement plan for each electrical corporation in accordance with specified elements, incentive mechanisms, and objectives. The existing California Renewables Portfolio Standard Program (RPS program) requires the CPUC to implement annual procurement targets for the procurement of eligible renewable energy resources, as defined, for all retail sellers, including electrical corporations, community choice aggregators, and electric service providers, but not including local publicly owned electric utilities, to achieve the targets and goals of the program.

The existing Warren-Alquist State Energy Resources Conservation and Development Act establishes the State Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission (Energy Commission), and requires it to undertake a continuing assessment of trends in the consumption of electricity and other forms of energy and to analyze the social, economic, and environmental consequences of those trends and to collect from electric utilities, gas utilities, and fuel producers and wholesalers and other sources, forecasts of future supplies and consumption of all forms of energy.

Existing law requires the CPUC, in consultation with the Independent System Operator (ISO), to establish resource adequacy requirements for all load-serving entities, as defined, in accordance with specified objectives. The definition of a “load-serving entity” excludes a local publicly owned electric utility. That law further requires each load-serving entity to maintain physical generating capacity adequate to meet its load requirements, including peak demand and planning and operating reserves, deliverable to locations and at times as may be necessary to provide reliable electric service. Other existing law requires that each local publicly owned electric utility serving end-use customers to prudently plan for and procure resources that are adequate to meet its planning reserve margin and peak demand and operating reserves, sufficient to provide reliable electric service to its customers. That law additionally requires the utility, upon request, to provide the Energy Commission with any information the Energy Commission determines is necessary to evaluate the progress made by the local publicly owned electric utility in meeting those planning requirements, and requires the Energy Commission to report the progress made by each utility to the Legislature, to be included in the integrated energy policy reports. Under existing law, the governing body of a local publicly owned electric utility is responsible for implementing and enforcing a renewables portfolio standard for the utility that recognizes the intent of the Legislature to encourage renewable resources, while taking into consideration the effect of the standard on rates, reliability, and financial resources and the goal of environmental improvement.

This bill would require the CPUC, by March 1, 2012, to open a proceeding to determine appropriate targets, if any, for each load-serving entity to procure viable and cost-effective energy storage systems and, by October 1, 2013, to adopt an energy storage system procurement target, if determined to be appropriate, to be achieved by each load-serving entity by December 31, 2015, and a 2nd target to be achieved by December 31, 2020. The bill would require the governing board of a local publicly owned electric utility, by March 1, 2012, to open a proceeding to determine appropriate targets, if any, for the utility to procure viable and cost-effective energy storage systems and, by October 1, 2014, to adopt an energy storage system procurement target, if determined to be appropriate, to be achieved by the utility by December 31, 2016, and a 2nd target to be achieved by December 31, 2021. The bill would require each load-serving entity and local publicly owned electric utility to report certain information to the CPUC, for a load-serving entity, or to the Energy Commission, for a local publicly owned electric utility. The bill would make other technical, nonsubstantive revisions to existing law. The bill would exempt from these requirements an electrical corporation that has 60,000 or fewer customers within California and a public utility district that receives all of its electricity pursuant to a preference right adopted and authorized by the United States Congress pursuant to a specified law.

Under existing law, a violation of the Public Utilities Act or any order, decision, rule, direction, demand, or requirement of the CPUC is a crime.

Because certain of the provisions of this bill require action by the CPUC to implement, a violation of these provisions would impose a state-mandated local program by creating a new crime. Because certain of the bill’s requirements are applicable to local publicly owned electric utilities, the bill would impose a state-mandated local program.

The California Constitution requires the state to reimburse local agencies and school districts for certain costs mandated by the state. Statutory provisions establish procedures for making that reimbursement.

This bill would provide that no reimbursement is required by this act for specified reasons. Hide
 
Status:
The bill has become law (chaptered). 
Senate Vote: On Passage

PASSED on August 24, 2010.

voted YES: 22 voted NO: 13
4 voted present/not voting

An Act to Amend Section 9620 Of, and to Add Chapter 7.7 (Commencing with Section 2835) to Part 2 of Division 1 Of, the Public Utilities Code, Relating to Energy.

AB 2514 — 2009-2010 Legislature

Summary
Under existing law, the Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has regulatory authority over public utilities, including electrical corporations, as defined. The existing Public Utilities Act requires the CPUC to review and adopt a procurement plan for each electrical corporation in accordance with specified elements, incentive mechanisms, and objectives. The existing California Renewables Portfolio Standard Program (RPS program) requires the CPUC to implement annual procurement targets for the procurement of eligible renewable energy resources, as defined, for all retail sellers, including electrical corporations, community choice aggregators, and electric service providers, but not including local publicly owned electric utilities, to achieve the targets and goals of the program.

The existing Warren-Alquist State Energy Resources Conservation and Development Act establishes the State Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission (Energy Commission), and requires it to undertake a continuing assessment of trends in the consumption of electricity and other forms of energy and to analyze the social, economic, and environmental consequences of those trends and to… More
Under existing law, the Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has regulatory authority over public utilities, including electrical corporations, as defined. The existing Public Utilities Act requires the CPUC to review and adopt a procurement plan for each electrical corporation in accordance with specified elements, incentive mechanisms, and objectives. The existing California Renewables Portfolio Standard Program (RPS program) requires the CPUC to implement annual procurement targets for the procurement of eligible renewable energy resources, as defined, for all retail sellers, including electrical corporations, community choice aggregators, and electric service providers, but not including local publicly owned electric utilities, to achieve the targets and goals of the program.

The existing Warren-Alquist State Energy Resources Conservation and Development Act establishes the State Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission (Energy Commission), and requires it to undertake a continuing assessment of trends in the consumption of electricity and other forms of energy and to analyze the social, economic, and environmental consequences of those trends and to collect from electric utilities, gas utilities, and fuel producers and wholesalers and other sources, forecasts of future supplies and consumption of all forms of energy.

Existing law requires the CPUC, in consultation with the Independent System Operator (ISO), to establish resource adequacy requirements for all load-serving entities, as defined, in accordance with specified objectives. The definition of a “load-serving entity” excludes a local publicly owned electric utility. That law further requires each load-serving entity to maintain physical generating capacity adequate to meet its load requirements, including peak demand and planning and operating reserves, deliverable to locations and at times as may be necessary to provide reliable electric service. Other existing law requires that each local publicly owned electric utility serving end-use customers to prudently plan for and procure resources that are adequate to meet its planning reserve margin and peak demand and operating reserves, sufficient to provide reliable electric service to its customers. That law additionally requires the utility, upon request, to provide the Energy Commission with any information the Energy Commission determines is necessary to evaluate the progress made by the local publicly owned electric utility in meeting those planning requirements, and requires the Energy Commission to report the progress made by each utility to the Legislature, to be included in the integrated energy policy reports. Under existing law, the governing body of a local publicly owned electric utility is responsible for implementing and enforcing a renewables portfolio standard for the utility that recognizes the intent of the Legislature to encourage renewable resources, while taking into consideration the effect of the standard on rates, reliability, and financial resources and the goal of environmental improvement.

This bill would require the CPUC, by March 1, 2012, to open a proceeding to determine appropriate targets, if any, for each load-serving entity to procure viable and cost-effective energy storage systems and, by October 1, 2013, to adopt an energy storage system procurement target, if determined to be appropriate, to be achieved by each load-serving entity by December 31, 2015, and a 2nd target to be achieved by December 31, 2020. The bill would require the governing board of a local publicly owned electric utility, by March 1, 2012, to open a proceeding to determine appropriate targets, if any, for the utility to procure viable and cost-effective energy storage systems and, by October 1, 2014, to adopt an energy storage system procurement target, if determined to be appropriate, to be achieved by the utility by December 31, 2016, and a 2nd target to be achieved by December 31, 2021. The bill would require each load-serving entity and local publicly owned electric utility to report certain information to the CPUC, for a load-serving entity, or to the Energy Commission, for a local publicly owned electric utility. The bill would make other technical, nonsubstantive revisions to existing law. The bill would exempt from these requirements an electrical corporation that has 60,000 or fewer customers within California and a public utility district that receives all of its electricity pursuant to a preference right adopted and authorized by the United States Congress pursuant to a specified law.

Under existing law, a violation of the Public Utilities Act or any order, decision, rule, direction, demand, or requirement of the CPUC is a crime.

Because certain of the provisions of this bill require action by the CPUC to implement, a violation of these provisions would impose a state-mandated local program by creating a new crime. Because certain of the bill’s requirements are applicable to local publicly owned electric utilities, the bill would impose a state-mandated local program.

The California Constitution requires the state to reimburse local agencies and school districts for certain costs mandated by the state. Statutory provisions establish procedures for making that reimbursement.

This bill would provide that no reimbursement is required by this act for specified reasons. Hide
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Title
An Act to Amend Section 9620 Of, and to Add Chapter 7.7 (Commencing with Section 2835) to Part 2 of Division 1 Of, the Public Utilities Code, Relating to Energy.
Author(s)
Nancy Skinner
Co-Authors
    Subjects
    • Energy storage systems
    Major Actions
    Introduced2/19/2010
    Referred to Committee
    Failed passage in Assembly Committee on Utilities and Commerce4/19/2010
    Passed Assembly Committee on Natural Resources4/22/2010
    Passed Assembly Committee on Utilities and Commerce4/22/2010
    Passed Assembly Committee on Utilities and Commerce4/22/2010
    Passed Assembly Committee on Appropriations5/28/2010
    Passed Assembly6/03/2010
    Passed Senate Committee on Energy, Utilities and Communications6/29/2010
    Passed Senate Committee on Appropriations8/02/2010
    Passed Senate Committee on Appropriations8/12/2010
    Passed Senate8/24/2010
    Passed Assembly8/27/2010
    Presented to the governor (enrolled)9/10/2010
    Became law (chaptered).9/29/2010
    Bill History
    Chamber/CommitteeMotionDateResult
    select this voteAssembly Committee on Utilities and CommerceDo pass and be re-referred to the Committee on Natural Resources.4/19/2010This motion DID NOT PASS the Assembly Committee on Utilities and Commerce
    7 voted YES 6 voted NO 2 voted present/not voting
    select this voteAssembly Committee on Natural ResourcesDo pass as amended and be re-referred to the Committee on Appropriations.4/22/2010This motion PASSED the Assembly Committee on Natural Resources
    6 voted YES 3 voted NO 0 voted present/not voting
    select this voteAssembly Committee on Utilities and CommerceReconsideration granted.4/22/2010This motion PASSED the Assembly Committee on Utilities and Commerce
    14 voted YES 0 voted NO 1 voted present/not voting
    select this voteAssembly Committee on Utilities and CommerceDo pass and be re-referred to the Committee on Natural Resources.4/22/2010This motion PASSED the Assembly Committee on Utilities and Commerce
    8 voted YES 6 voted NO 1 voted present/not voting
    select this voteAssembly Committee on AppropriationsDo pass as amended.5/28/2010This motion PASSED the Assembly Committee on Appropriations
    12 voted YES 5 voted NO 0 voted present/not voting
    select this voteAssemblyAB 2514 SKINNER Assembly Third Reading6/03/2010This bill PASSED the Assembly
    41 voted YES 28 voted NO 10 voted present/not voting
    select this voteSenate Committee on Energy, Utilities and CommunicationsDo pass as amended, and re-refer to the Committee on Appropriations.6/29/2010This motion PASSED the Senate Committee on Energy, Utilities and Communications
    8 voted YES 2 voted NO 1 voted present/not voting
    select this voteSenate Committee on AppropriationsPlaced on Appropriations Suspense file.8/02/2010This motion PASSED the Senate Committee on Appropriations
    10 voted YES 0 voted NO 1 voted present/not voting
    select this voteSenate Committee on AppropriationsDo pass as amended.8/12/2010This motion PASSED the Senate Committee on Appropriations
    7 voted YES 4 voted NO 0 voted present/not voting
    currently selectedSenateAssembly 3rd Reading AB2514 Skinner By Kehoe8/24/2010This bill PASSED the Senate
    22 voted YES 13 voted NO 4 voted present/not voting
    select this voteAssemblyAB 2514 SKINNER Concurrence in Senate Amendments8/27/2010This bill PASSED the Assembly
    48 voted YES 27 voted NO 3 voted present/not voting
    ActionDateDescription
    Introduced2/19/2010
    2/19/2010Introduced. To print.
    2/21/2010From printer. May be heard in committee March 23.
    2/22/2010Read first time.
    3/18/2010Referred to Coms. on U. & C. and NAT. RES.
    4/05/2010In committee: Set, first hearing. Hearing canceled at the request of author.
    4/07/2010From committee chair, with author's amendments: Amend, and re-refer to Com. on U. & C. Read second time and amended.
    4/08/2010Re-referred to Com. on U. & C.
    4/12/2010In committee: Set, second hearing. Hearing canceled at the request of author.
    4/14/2010From committee chair, with author's amendments: Amend, and re-refer to Com. on U. & C. Read second time and amended.
    4/15/2010Re-referred to Com. on U. & C.
    4/19/2010Assembly Rule 56 suspended. (Page 4712.) Joint Rule 62(a), file notice suspended. (Page 4712.) In committee: Set, final hearing. Failed passage.
    select this voteVote4/19/2010Do pass and be re-referred to the Committee on Natural Resources.
    4/22/2010Joint Rule 62(a), file notice suspended. (Ayes 48. Noes 29. Page 4779.) In committee: Reconsideration granted. From committee: Do pass, and re-refer to Com. on NAT. RES. Re-referred. (Ayes 8. Noes 6.) (April 22). Joint Rule 62(a), file notice suspended. (Ayes 47. Noes 29. Page 4778.)
    select this voteVote4/22/2010Do pass as amended and be re-referred to the Committee on Appropriations.
    select this voteVote4/22/2010Reconsideration granted.
    select this voteVote4/22/2010Do pass and be re-referred to the Committee on Natural Resources.
    4/27/2010From committee: Amend, do pass as amended, and re-refer to Com. on APPR. (Ayes 6. Noes 3.) (April 22).
    4/28/2010Read second time and amended.
    4/29/2010Re-referred to Com. on APPR.
    5/19/2010In committee: Set, first hearing. Referred to APPR. suspense file.
    5/28/2010From committee: Amend, and do pass as amended. (Ayes 12. Noes 5.) (May 28). Read second time and amended. Ordered returned to second reading. (Corrected June 14.)
    select this voteVote5/28/2010Do pass as amended.
    6/01/2010Read second time. To third reading.
    6/03/2010Read third time, passed, and to Senate. (Ayes 41. Noes 28. Page 5591.)
    select this voteAssembly Vote on Passage6/03/2010AB 2514 SKINNER Assembly Third Reading
    6/07/2010In Senate. Read first time. To Com. on RLS. for assignment.
    6/10/2010Referred to Com. on E., U., & C.
    6/21/2010From committee chair, with author's amendments: Amend, and re-refer to committee. Read second time, amended, and re-referred to Com. on E., U., & C.
    select this voteVote6/29/2010Do pass as amended, and re-refer to the Committee on Appropriations.
    7/15/2010From committee: Amend, do pass as amended, and re-refer to Com. on APPR. (Ayes 8. Noes 2.) (June 29). Read second time and amended. Re-referred to Com. on APPR.
    select this voteVote8/02/2010Placed on Appropriations Suspense file.
    8/02/2010From committee chair, with author's amendments: Amend, and re-refer to committee. Read second time, amended, and re-referred to Com. on APPR. In committee: Set, first hearing. Referred to APPR suspense file.
    select this voteVote8/12/2010Do pass as amended.
    8/16/2010From committee: Amend, and do pass as amended. (Ayes 7. Noes 4.) (August 12).
    8/17/2010Read second time and amended. Ordered to third reading.
    8/20/2010Read third time, amended. To second reading.
    8/23/2010Read second time. To third reading.
    8/24/2010Read third time, passed, and to Assembly. (Ayes 22. Noes 13. Page 4851.)
    8/24/2010In Assembly. Concurrence in Senate amendments pending. May be considered on or after August 26 pursuant to Assembly Rule 77.
    currently selectedSenate Vote on Passage8/24/2010Assembly 3rd Reading AB2514 Skinner By Kehoe
    8/25/2010Assembly Rule 77 suspended. (Ayes 49. Noes 27. Page 6645.)
    8/27/2010Senate amendments concurred in. To enrollment. (Ayes 48. Noes 27. Page 6803.)
    select this voteAssembly Vote on Passage8/27/2010AB 2514 SKINNER Concurrence in Senate Amendments
    9/10/2010Enrolled and to the Governor at 3 p.m.
    9/29/2010Approved by the Governor.
    9/29/2010Chaptered by Secretary of State - Chapter 469, Statutes of 2010.

    Total contributions given to Senators from Commercial banks & bank holding companies, which…

    opposed this bill

    Commercial banks & bank holding companies$367,900
    $367,900

    8 Organizations Supported and 8 Opposed; See Which Ones

    Organizations that took a position on
    An Act to Amend Section 9620 Of, and to Add Chapter 7.7 (Commencing with Section 2835) to Part 2 of Division 1 Of, the Public Utilities Code, Relating to Energy.: Assembly 3rd Reading AB2514 Skinner By Kehoe

    8 organizations supported this bill

    American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees
    Senate Rules Committee (2010, August 17). Bill Analysis AB 2514 8-17-2010. Retrieved September 8, 2010, from Leg Info.
    Asian Health Services
    Senate Rules Committee (2010, August 17). Bill Analysis AB 2514 8-17-2010. Retrieved September 8, 2010, from Leg Info.
    California Labor Federation
    Senate Rules Committee (2010, August 17). Bill Analysis AB 2514 8-17-2010. Retrieved September 8, 2010, from Leg Info.
    California State Attorney General
    Senate Rules Committee (2010, August 17). Bill Analysis AB 2514 8-17-2010. Retrieved September 8, 2010, from Leg Info.
    International Association of Fire Fighters
    Senate Rules Committee (2010, August 17). Bill Analysis AB 2514 8-17-2010. Retrieved September 8, 2010, from Leg Info.
    National Nurses United
    Senate Rules Committee (2010, August 17). Bill Analysis AB 2514 8-17-2010. Retrieved September 8, 2010, from Leg Info.
    Sierra Club California
    Senate Rules Committee (2010, August 17). Bill Analysis AB 2514 8-17-2010. Retrieved September 8, 2010, from Leg Info.
    State Building and Construction Trades Council of California
    Senate Rules Committee (2010, August 17). Bill Analysis AB 2514 8-17-2010. Retrieved September 8, 2010, from Leg Info.

    8 organizations opposed this bill

    California Aerospace and Technology Association
    Senate Rules Committee (2010, August 17). Bill Analysis AB 2514 8-17-2010. Retrieved September 8, 2010, from Leg Info.
    California Bankers Association
    Senate Rules Committee (2010, August 17). Bill Analysis AB 2514 8-17-2010. Retrieved September 8, 2010, from Leg Info.
    California Business Properties Association
    Senate Rules Committee (2010, August 17). Bill Analysis AB 2514 8-17-2010. Retrieved September 8, 2010, from Leg Info.
    California Chamber of Commerce
    Senate Rules Committee (2010, August 17). Bill Analysis AB 2514 8-17-2010. Retrieved September 8, 2010, from Leg Info.
    California Manufacturers & Technology Association
    Senate Rules Committee (2010, August 17). Bill Analysis AB 2514 8-17-2010. Retrieved September 8, 2010, from Leg Info.
    California Retailers Association
    Senate Rules Committee (2010, August 17). Bill Analysis AB 2514 8-17-2010. Retrieved September 8, 2010, from Leg Info.
    California Taxpayers Association
    Senate Rules Committee (2010, August 17). Bill Analysis AB 2514 8-17-2010. Retrieved September 8, 2010, from Leg Info.
    TechAmerica
    Senate Rules Committee (2010, August 17). Bill Analysis AB 2514 8-17-2010. Retrieved September 8, 2010, from Leg Info.

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    Includes reported contributions to campaigns of Senators in office on day of vote, from Commercial banks & bank holding companies interest groups, January 1, 2007 – December 31, 2010.
    Contributions data source: FollowTheMoney.org

    Contributions by Legislator

    Namesort iconPartyDistrict$ From Interest Groups
    That Supported
    $ From Interest Groups
    That Opposed
    Vote
    Sam AanestadRCA-4$0$1,000No
    Elaine AlquistDCA-13$0$3,000Yes
    Roy AshburnRCA-18$0$0No
    Sam BlakesleeRCA-15$0$12,000Yes
    Ron CalderonDCA-30$0$18,430Yes
    Gilbert CedilloDCA-22$0$1,000Yes
    Dave CogdillRCA-14$0$19,500No
    Ellen CorbettDCA-10$0$0Yes
    Lou CorreaDCA-34$0$22,105No
    Mark DeSaulnierDCA-7$0$9,100Yes
    Jeff DenhamRCA-12$0$9,650No
    Denise DuchenyDCA-40$0$0Yes
    Bob DuttonRCA-31$0$5,500No
    Bill EmmersonRCA-37$0$4,000No
    Dean FlorezDCA-16$0$0Yes
    Loni HancockDCA-9$0$0Yes
    Tom HarmanRCA-35$0$14,400Not Voting
    Dennis HollingsworthRCA-36$0$1,240No
    Bob HuffRCA-29$0$4,396No
    Christine KehoeDCA-39$0$8,500Yes
    Mark LenoDCA-3$0$4,800Yes
    Carol LiuDCA-21$0$12,900Yes
    Alan LowenthalDCA-27$0$6,764Yes
    Gloria Negrete McLeodDCA-32$0$13,700Yes
    Jenny OropezaDCA-28$0$1,500Not Voting
    Alex PadillaDCA-20$0$22,230Yes
    Fran PavleyDCA-23$0$0Not Voting
    Curren PriceDCA-26$0$18,835Yes
    Gloria RomeroDCA-24$0$0Yes
    George RunnerRCA-17$0$24,700No
    Joe SimitianDCA-11$0$5,550Yes
    Darrell SteinbergDCA-6$0$27,250Yes
    Tony StricklandRCA-19$0$18,850No
    Mimi WaltersRCA-33$0$19,000No
    Pat WigginsDCA-2$0$12,200Not Voting
    Lois WolkDCA-5$0$5,000Yes
    Rod WrightDCA-25$0$10,500Yes
    Mark WylandRCA-38$0$12,000No
    Leland YeeDCA-8$0$18,300Yes

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    NamePartyDistrict$ From Interest Groups
    That Supported
    $ From Interest Groups
    That Opposed
    Vote
    Sam AanestadRCA-4$1,500$9,250No
    Elaine AlquistDCA-13$115,635$7,000Yes
    Roy AshburnRCA-18$0$0No
    Sam BlakesleeRCA-15$41,091$25,500Yes
    Ron CalderonDCA-30$132,650$50,428Yes
    Gilbert CedilloDCA-22$97,800$4,500Yes
    Dave CogdillRCA-14$54,850$49,368No
    Ellen CorbettDCA-10$236,899$8,351Yes
    Lou CorreaDCA-34$191,440$66,339No
    Mark DeSaulnierDCA-7$520,231$18,900Yes
    Jeff DenhamRCA-12$17,400$20,150No
    Denise DuchenyDCA-40$0$0Yes
    Bob DuttonRCA-31$60,450$26,650No
    Bill EmmersonRCA-37$77,300$16,100No
    Dean FlorezDCA-16$10,500$0Yes
    Loni HancockDCA-9$203,649$2,100Yes
    Tom HarmanRCA-35$55,700$47,150Not Voting
    Dennis HollingsworthRCA-36$5,000$6,240No
    Bob HuffRCA-29$72,187$33,746No
    Christine KehoeDCA-39$173,300$11,500Yes
    Mark LenoDCA-3$251,950$8,300Yes
    Carol LiuDCA-21$142,595$17,300Yes
    Alan LowenthalDCA-27$182,949$19,264Yes
    Gloria Negrete McLeodDCA-32$158,750$31,170Yes
    Jenny OropezaDCA-28$117,373$3,750Not Voting
    Alex PadillaDCA-20$236,300$53,193Yes
    Fran PavleyDCA-23$149,100$3,600Not Voting
    Curren PriceDCA-26$156,400$30,035Yes
    Gloria RomeroDCA-24$72,060$1,250Yes
    George RunnerRCA-17$43,300$66,200No
    Joe SimitianDCA-11$138,900$19,750Yes
    Darrell SteinbergDCA-6$339,431$57,950Yes
    Tony StricklandRCA-19$30,500$68,650No
    Mimi WaltersRCA-33$27,700$70,850No
    Pat WigginsDCA-2$77,149$14,200Not Voting
    Lois WolkDCA-5$274,989$10,200Yes
    Rod WrightDCA-25$138,350$49,824Yes
    Mark WylandRCA-38$31,350$26,400No
    Leland YeeDCA-8$245,308$45,500Yes

    Interest Groups that supported this bill

    $ Donated
    Construction unions$2,112,716
    Police & fire fighters unions and associations$1,300,035
    State & local government employee unions$942,015
    Health worker unions$364,631
    Labor unions$112,100
    Environmental policy$44,390
    Minority & ethnic groups$6,050
    Public official (elected or appointed)$100

    Interest Groups that opposed this bill

    $ Donated
    Commercial banks & bank holding companies$367,900
    Building operators & managers$287,196
    Manufacturing$124,531
    Chambers of commerce$101,555
    Fiscal & tax policy$74,000
    Retail trade$30,327
    Defense aerospace contractors$15,150
    General business associations$0
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