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SB 23 - An Act to Add Section 38566 to the Health and Safety Code, to Amend Section 25741.5 of the Public Resources Code, and to Amend Sections 399.12, 399.13, 399.15, 399.19, 399.26, 399.30, and 910 of the Public Utilities Code, Relating to Energy.

Energy: renewable energy resources. 2011-2012 Legislature. View bill details
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(1)Existing law creates the California renewables portfolio standard program (RPS program) and the Renewable Energy Resources Program to increase the amount of electricity generated per year from eligible renewable energy resources, as defined.Effective on the 91st day after the adjournment of the 2011–12 First Extraordinary Session, the State Energy Resources Conservation and Development… More
(1)Existing law creates the California renewables portfolio standard program (RPS program) and the Renewable Energy Resources Program to increase the amount of electricity generated per year from eligible renewable energy resources, as defined.Effective on the 91st day after the adjournment of the 2011–12 First Extraordinary Session, the State Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission (Energy Commission), by June 30, 2011, is required to study and provide a report to the Legislature that analyzes run-of-river hydroelectric generating facilities, as defined, in British Columbia, including whether these facilities are, or should be, included as renewable electrical generation facilities for purposes of the Renewable Energy Resources Program administered by the Energy Commission or eligible renewable energy resources for purposes of the RPS program.Effective on the 91st day after the adjournment of the 2011–12 First Extraordinary Session, the Energy Commission, among other things, is required to adopt regulations specifying procedures for enforcement of the RPS requirements by July 1, 2011.Effective on the 91st day after the adjournment of the 2011–12 First Extraordinary Session, the Public Utilities Commission (PUC), by July 1, 2011, is required to determine the effective load carrying capacity of wind and solar energy resources on the electrical grid.

This bill would extend the compliance date for these corresponding reporting and regulatory requirements, as provided.

(2)Effective on the 91st day after the adjournment of the 2011–12 First Extraordinary Session,the PUC, in consultation with the Energy Commission, is required to report to the Legislature by January 1 of every even-numbered year on (A) the progress and status of procurement activities by each retail seller, (B) the status of permitting and siting eligible renewable energy resources and transmission facilities necessary to supply electricity generated to load, (C) the projected ability of electrical corporations to meet the RPS program procurement requirements under a cost limitation established by the PUC and any recommendations for revisions to those cost limitations, and (D) barriers to, and policy recommendations for, achieving the renewables portfolio standard established pursuant to the RPS program.

This bill would delete the requirement that the PUC report on the projected ability of electrical corporations to meet the RPS program procurement requirements under a cost limitation established by the PUC and any recommendations for revisions to those cost limitations, and would require that the first report be made on January 1, 2014.

(3)Effective on the 91st day after the adjournment of the First Extraordinary Session of the 2011–12 Session,the PUC is required to establish the quantity of electricity products from eligible renewable energy resources, as defined, to be procured by each retail seller, as defined, for specified compliance periods, sufficient to ensure that the procurement of electricity products from eligible renewable energy resources achieves 20% of retail sales for the period January 1, 2011, to December 31, 2013, 25% of retail sales by December 31, 2016, and 33% of retail sales by December 31, 2020, and in all subsequent years. The PUC is required to establish the quantity of electricity products to be procured by the retail seller for each compliance period by January 1, 2012. The RPS program, consistent with the goals of procuring the least-cost and best-fit eligible renewable energy resources that meet project viability principles, requires that all retail sellers procure a balanced portfolio of electricity products from eligible renewable energy resources, as specified. The RPS program requires the PUC to direct each electrical corporation to annually prepare a renewable energy procurement plan containing specified matter and an annual compliance report.

This bill would require the PUC to establish the quantity of electricity products to be procured by the retail seller for each compliance period by June 1, 2012, and require that the compliance report be submitted at least annually.

(4)Effective on the 91st day after the adjournment of the First Extraordinary Session of the 2011–12 Session,an eligible renewable energy resource is defined for the purposes of the RPS program to include a small hydroelectric generation unit with a nameplate capacity not exceeding 40 megawatts that is operated as part of a water supply or conveyance system, if the retail seller or local publicly owned electric utility procured the electricity from the facility as of December 31, 2005.

This bill would instead make a small hydroelectric generation unit with a nameplate capacity not exceeding 40 megawatts an eligible renewable energy resource if a retail seller or local publicly owned electric utility operates the facility to supply or convey water to its customers and procured the electricity from the facility as of December 31, 2005.

(5)Effective on the 91st day after the adjournment of the First Extraordinary Session of the 2011–12 Session,the governing board of a local publicly owned electric utility, as defined, is required to adopt a program for the enforcement of the RPS program on or before January 1, 2012.

This bill would extend this deadline until January 1, 2013.

(6)The California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006 (the act), establishes the State Air Resources Board (state board) as the state agency responsible for monitoring and regulating sources emitting greenhouse gases. The act requires the state board to adopt regulations to require the reporting and verification of statewide greenhouse gas emissions and to monitor and enforce compliance with this program. The act requires the state board to adopt a statewide greenhouse gas emissions limit, as defined, to be achieved by 2020, equivalent to the statewide greenhouse gas emissions levels in 1990. The state board is required to adopt rules and regulations in an open public process to achieve the maximum technologically feasible and cost-effective greenhouse gas emission reductions.

This bill would prohibit the state board from adopting any requirement for the procurement of eligible renewable energy resources by a retail seller or local publicly owned electric utility.(7)This bill would incorporate additional changes in Section 399.30 of the Public Utilities Code, proposed by AB 1391, to be operative only if AB 1391 and this bill are both chaptered and become effective on or before January 1, 2012, and this bill is chaptered last. Hide
 
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The bill was voted on by the Assembly on September 10, 2011. 
Assembly Vote: On Passage

PASSED on September 10, 2011.

voted YES: 52 voted NO: 17
11 voted present/not voting

An Act to Add Section 38566 to the Health and Safety Code, to Amend Section 25741.5 of the Public Resources Code, and to Amend Sections 399.12, 399.13, 399.15, 399.19, 399.26, 399.30, and 910 of the Public Utilities Code, Relating to Energy.

SB 23 — 2011-2012 Legislature

Summary
(1)Existing law creates the California renewables portfolio standard program (RPS program) and the Renewable Energy Resources Program to increase the amount of electricity generated per year from eligible renewable energy resources, as defined.Effective on the 91st day after the adjournment of the 2011–12 First Extraordinary Session, the State Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission (Energy Commission), by June 30, 2011, is required to study and provide a report to the Legislature that analyzes run-of-river hydroelectric generating facilities, as defined, in British Columbia, including whether these facilities are, or should be, included as renewable electrical generation facilities for purposes of the Renewable Energy Resources Program administered by the Energy Commission or eligible renewable energy resources for purposes of the RPS program.Effective on the 91st day after the adjournment of the 2011–12 First Extraordinary Session, the Energy Commission, among other things, is required to adopt regulations specifying procedures for enforcement of the RPS requirements by July 1, 2011.Effective on the 91st day after the adjournment of the 2011–12 First… More
(1)Existing law creates the California renewables portfolio standard program (RPS program) and the Renewable Energy Resources Program to increase the amount of electricity generated per year from eligible renewable energy resources, as defined.Effective on the 91st day after the adjournment of the 2011–12 First Extraordinary Session, the State Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission (Energy Commission), by June 30, 2011, is required to study and provide a report to the Legislature that analyzes run-of-river hydroelectric generating facilities, as defined, in British Columbia, including whether these facilities are, or should be, included as renewable electrical generation facilities for purposes of the Renewable Energy Resources Program administered by the Energy Commission or eligible renewable energy resources for purposes of the RPS program.Effective on the 91st day after the adjournment of the 2011–12 First Extraordinary Session, the Energy Commission, among other things, is required to adopt regulations specifying procedures for enforcement of the RPS requirements by July 1, 2011.Effective on the 91st day after the adjournment of the 2011–12 First Extraordinary Session, the Public Utilities Commission (PUC), by July 1, 2011, is required to determine the effective load carrying capacity of wind and solar energy resources on the electrical grid.

This bill would extend the compliance date for these corresponding reporting and regulatory requirements, as provided.

(2)Effective on the 91st day after the adjournment of the 2011–12 First Extraordinary Session,the PUC, in consultation with the Energy Commission, is required to report to the Legislature by January 1 of every even-numbered year on (A) the progress and status of procurement activities by each retail seller, (B) the status of permitting and siting eligible renewable energy resources and transmission facilities necessary to supply electricity generated to load, (C) the projected ability of electrical corporations to meet the RPS program procurement requirements under a cost limitation established by the PUC and any recommendations for revisions to those cost limitations, and (D) barriers to, and policy recommendations for, achieving the renewables portfolio standard established pursuant to the RPS program.

This bill would delete the requirement that the PUC report on the projected ability of electrical corporations to meet the RPS program procurement requirements under a cost limitation established by the PUC and any recommendations for revisions to those cost limitations, and would require that the first report be made on January 1, 2014.

(3)Effective on the 91st day after the adjournment of the First Extraordinary Session of the 2011–12 Session,the PUC is required to establish the quantity of electricity products from eligible renewable energy resources, as defined, to be procured by each retail seller, as defined, for specified compliance periods, sufficient to ensure that the procurement of electricity products from eligible renewable energy resources achieves 20% of retail sales for the period January 1, 2011, to December 31, 2013, 25% of retail sales by December 31, 2016, and 33% of retail sales by December 31, 2020, and in all subsequent years. The PUC is required to establish the quantity of electricity products to be procured by the retail seller for each compliance period by January 1, 2012. The RPS program, consistent with the goals of procuring the least-cost and best-fit eligible renewable energy resources that meet project viability principles, requires that all retail sellers procure a balanced portfolio of electricity products from eligible renewable energy resources, as specified. The RPS program requires the PUC to direct each electrical corporation to annually prepare a renewable energy procurement plan containing specified matter and an annual compliance report.

This bill would require the PUC to establish the quantity of electricity products to be procured by the retail seller for each compliance period by June 1, 2012, and require that the compliance report be submitted at least annually.

(4)Effective on the 91st day after the adjournment of the First Extraordinary Session of the 2011–12 Session,an eligible renewable energy resource is defined for the purposes of the RPS program to include a small hydroelectric generation unit with a nameplate capacity not exceeding 40 megawatts that is operated as part of a water supply or conveyance system, if the retail seller or local publicly owned electric utility procured the electricity from the facility as of December 31, 2005.

This bill would instead make a small hydroelectric generation unit with a nameplate capacity not exceeding 40 megawatts an eligible renewable energy resource if a retail seller or local publicly owned electric utility operates the facility to supply or convey water to its customers and procured the electricity from the facility as of December 31, 2005.

(5)Effective on the 91st day after the adjournment of the First Extraordinary Session of the 2011–12 Session,the governing board of a local publicly owned electric utility, as defined, is required to adopt a program for the enforcement of the RPS program on or before January 1, 2012.

This bill would extend this deadline until January 1, 2013.

(6)The California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006 (the act), establishes the State Air Resources Board (state board) as the state agency responsible for monitoring and regulating sources emitting greenhouse gases. The act requires the state board to adopt regulations to require the reporting and verification of statewide greenhouse gas emissions and to monitor and enforce compliance with this program. The act requires the state board to adopt a statewide greenhouse gas emissions limit, as defined, to be achieved by 2020, equivalent to the statewide greenhouse gas emissions levels in 1990. The state board is required to adopt rules and regulations in an open public process to achieve the maximum technologically feasible and cost-effective greenhouse gas emission reductions.

This bill would prohibit the state board from adopting any requirement for the procurement of eligible renewable energy resources by a retail seller or local publicly owned electric utility.(7)This bill would incorporate additional changes in Section 399.30 of the Public Utilities Code, proposed by AB 1391, to be operative only if AB 1391 and this bill are both chaptered and become effective on or before January 1, 2012, and this bill is chaptered last. Hide
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Title
An Act to Add Section 38566 to the Health and Safety Code, to Amend Section 25741.5 of the Public Resources Code, and to Amend Sections 399.12, 399.13, 399.15, 399.19, 399.26, 399.30, and 910 of the Public Utilities Code, Relating to Energy.
Author(s)
Joe Simitian
Co-Authors
    Subjects
    • Energy: renewable energy resources
    Major Actions
    Introduced12/06/2010
    Referred to Committee
    Passed Senate Committee on Energy, Utilities and Communications5/03/2011
    Passed Senate5/31/2011
    Passed Assembly Committee on Utilities and Commerce6/20/2011
    Passed Assembly Committee on Natural Resources7/06/2011
    Passed Assembly Committee on Appropriations8/17/2011
    Passed Assembly9/02/2011
    Passed Assembly Committee on Utilities and Commerce9/09/2011
    Passed Assembly9/10/2011
    Bill History
    Chamber/CommitteeMotionDateResult
    select this voteSenate Committee on Energy, Utilities and CommunicationsDo pass, but re-refer to the Committee on Appropriations.5/03/2011This motion PASSED the Senate Committee on Energy, Utilities and Communications
    10 voted YES 0 voted NO 1 voted present/not voting
    select this voteSenateSenate 3rd Reading SB23 Simitian5/31/2011This bill PASSED the Senate
    31 voted YES 4 voted NO 5 voted present/not voting
    select this voteAssembly Committee on Utilities and CommerceDo pass and be re-referred to the Committee on Natural Resources.6/20/2011This motion PASSED the Assembly Committee on Utilities and Commerce
    10 voted YES 2 voted NO 3 voted present/not voting
    select this voteAssembly Committee on Natural ResourcesDo pass and be re-referred to the Committee on Appropriations.7/06/2011This motion PASSED the Assembly Committee on Natural Resources
    5 voted YES 2 voted NO 2 voted present/not voting
    select this voteAssembly Committee on AppropriationsDo pass.8/17/2011This motion PASSED the Assembly Committee on Appropriations
    12 voted YES 5 voted NO 0 voted present/not voting
    select this voteAssemblySB 23 Simitian Senate Third Reading By CHESBRO Amend By CHESBRO Set #19/02/2011This bill PASSED the Assembly
    74 voted YES 0 voted NO 6 voted present/not voting
    select this voteAssembly Committee on Utilities and CommerceSenate amendments be concurred in.9/09/2011This motion PASSED the Assembly Committee on Utilities and Commerce
    11 voted YES 1 voted NO 3 voted present/not voting
    currently selectedAssemblySB 23 Simitian Senate Third Reading By CHESBRO9/10/2011This bill PASSED the Assembly
    52 voted YES 17 voted NO 11 voted present/not voting
    ActionDateDescription
    Introduced12/06/2010
    12/06/2010Introduced. Read first time. To Com. on RLS. for assignment. To print.
    12/07/2010From printer. May be acted upon on or after January 6.
    1/20/2011Referred to Com. on E., U., & C.
    4/26/2011From committee with author's amendments. Read second time and amended. Re-referred to Com. on E., U., & C. Set for hearing May 3.
    select this voteVote5/03/2011Do pass, but re-refer to the Committee on Appropriations.
    5/04/2011From committee: Do pass and re-refer to Com. on APPR. (Ayes 10. Noes 0. Page 857.) (May 3). Re-referred to Com. on APPR.
    5/06/2011Set for hearing May 16.
    5/17/2011From committee: Be placed on second reading file pursuant to Senate Rule 28.8.
    5/18/2011Read second time. Ordered to third reading.
    5/31/2011Read third time. Passed. (Ayes 31. Noes 4. Page 1182.) Ordered to the Assembly.
    select this voteSenate Vote on Passage5/31/2011Senate 3rd Reading SB23 Simitian
    6/01/2011In Assembly. Read first time. Held at Desk.
    6/13/2011Referred to Coms. on U. & C. and NAT. RES.
    select this voteVote6/20/2011Do pass and be re-referred to the Committee on Natural Resources.
    6/22/2011From committee: Do pass and re-refer to Com. on NAT. RES. (Ayes 10. Noes 2.) (June 20). Re-referred to Com. on NAT. RES.
    select this voteVote7/06/2011Do pass and be re-referred to the Committee on Appropriations.
    7/07/2011From committee: Do pass and re-refer to Com. on APPR. (Ayes 5. Noes 2.) (July 6). Re-referred to Com. on APPR.
    select this voteVote8/17/2011Do pass.
    8/18/2011From committee: Do pass. (Ayes 12. Noes 5.) (August 17).
    8/22/2011Read second time. Ordered to third reading.
    9/02/2011Read third time and amended. (Ayes 74. Noes 0. Page 2811.) Ordered to third reading.
    select this voteAssembly Vote on Passage9/02/2011SB 23 Simitian Senate Third Reading By CHESBRO Amend By CHESBRO Set #1
    select this voteVote9/09/2011Senate amendments be concurred in.
    9/09/2011Read second time and amended. Ordered to third reading. Re-referred to Com. on U. & C. pursuant to Assembly Rule 77.2. Joint Rule 62(a) file notice suspended. (Ayes 51. Noes 26. Page 3228.) From committee: Do pass as amended. (Ayes 11. Noes 1.) (September 9).
    9/10/2011Read third time. Passed. (Ayes 52. Noes 17. Page 3248.) Ordered to the Senate.
    currently selectedAssembly Vote on Passage9/10/2011SB 23 Simitian Senate Third Reading By CHESBRO
    9/01/2012In Senate. Concurrence in Assembly amendments pending.

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    An Act to Add Section 38566 to the Health and Safety Code, to Amend Section 25741.5 of the Public Resources Code, and to Amend Sections 399.12, 399.13, 399.15, 399.19, 399.26, 399.30, and 910 of the Public Utilities Code, Relating to Energy.: SB 23 Simitian Senate Third Reading By CHESBRO

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    California Biomass Energy Alliance
    (2011, September 9). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved June 14, 2012, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
    California Wind Energy Association
    (2011, September 9). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved June 14, 2012, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
    Clean Power Campaign
    (2011, September 9). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved June 14, 2012, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
    Environment California
    (2011, September 9). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved June 14, 2012, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
    Independent Energy Producers Association
    (2011, September 9). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved June 14, 2012, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
    Large-scale Solar Association
    (2011, September 9). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved June 14, 2012, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
    Natural Resources Defense Council
    (2011, September 9). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved June 14, 2012, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
    Sierra Club California
    (2011, September 9). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved June 14, 2012, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
    Solar Alliance
    (2011, September 9). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved June 14, 2012, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
    Union of Concerned Scientists
    (2011, September 9). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved June 14, 2012, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
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    That Supported
    $ From Interest Groups
    That Opposed
    Vote
    Katcho AchadjianRCA-33$0$1,000
    Luis AlejoDCA-28$0$1,000
    Michael AllenDCA-7$0$1,500
    Tom AmmianoDCA-13$0$1,000
    Toni AtkinsDCA-76$0$1,000
    Jim BeallDCA-24$0$500
    Bill BerryhillRCA-26$0$5,250
    Marty BlockDCA-78$0$12,300
    Bob BlumenfieldDCA-40$0$1,500
    Susan BonillaDCA-11$0$150
    Steven BradfordDCA-51$0$12,500
    Julia BrownleyDCA-41$0$0
    Joan BuchananDCA-15$0$7,900
    Betsy ButlerDCA-53$0$15,350
    Charles CalderonDCA-58$0$0
    Nora CamposDCA-23$0$0
    Wilmer Amina CarterDCA-62$0$0
    Gilbert CedilloDCA-45$0$0
    Wesley ChesbroDCA-1$0$9,935
    Connie ConwayRCA-34$0$12,900
    Paul CookRCA-65$0$0
    Mike DavisDCA-48$0$0
    Roger DickinsonDCA-9$0$2,500
    Tim DonnellyRCA-59$0$0
    Mike EngDCA-49$0$0
    Mike FeuerDCA-42$0$0
    Nathan FletcherRCA-75$0$0
    Paul FongDCA-22$0$500
    Felipe FuentesDCA-39$0$0
    Warren FurutaniDCA-55$0$0
    Beth GainesRCA-4$0$0
    Cathleen GalgianiDCA-17$0$6,550
    Martin GarrickRCA-74$0$0
    Mike GattoDCA-43$0$11,300
    Rich GordonDCA-21$0$2,000
    Jeff GorellRCA-37$0$0
    Shannon GroveRCA-32$0$5,400
    Curt HagmanRCA-60$0$0
    Linda HaldermanRCA-29$0$0
    Isadore HallDCA-52$0$1,500
    Diane HarkeyRCA-73$0$0
    Mary HayashiDCA-18$0$0
    Roger HernandezDCA-57$0$1,000
    Jerry HillDCA-19$0$6,400
    Alyson HuberDCA-10$0$0
    Ben HuesoDCA-79$0$0
    Jared HuffmanDCA-6$0$0
    Kevin JeffriesRCA-66$0$0
    Brian JonesRCA-77$0$0
    Steve KnightRCA-36$0$1,950
    Ricardo LaraDCA-50$0$1,200
    Dan LogueRCA-3$0$2,500
    Bonnie LowenthalDCA-54$0$0
    Fiona MaDCA-12$0$0
    Allan MansoorRCA-68$0$0
    Tony MendozaDCA-56$0$0
    Jeff MillerRCA-71$0$350
    Holly MitchellDCA-47$0$0
    Bill MonningDCA-27$0$8,300
    Mike MorrellRCA-63$0$0
    Brian NestandeRCA-64$0$3,000
    Jim NielsenRCA-2$0$0
    Chris NorbyRCA-72$0$0
    Kristin OlsenRCA-25$0$0
    Richard PanDCA-5$0$0
    Henry PereaDCA-31$0$13,250
    John PerezDCA-46$0$27,000
    Manuel PerezDCA-80$0$14,950
    Anthony PortantinoDCA-44$0$0
    Jim SilvaRCA-67$0$0
    Nancy SkinnerDCA-14$0$24,000
    Cameron SmythRCA-38$0$0
    Jose SolorioDCA-69$0$0
    Sandre SwansonDCA-16$0$0
    Norma TorresDCA-61$0$1,000
    David ValadaoRCA-30$0$0
    Don WagnerRCA-70$0$0
    Bob WieckowskiDCA-20$0$7,000
    Das WilliamsDCA-35$0$3,000
    Mariko YamadaDCA-8$0$500

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    Katcho AchadjianRCA-33$0$1,000
    Luis AlejoDCA-28$0$1,000
    Michael AllenDCA-7$0$1,500
    Tom AmmianoDCA-13$0$1,000
    Toni AtkinsDCA-76$0$1,000
    Jim BeallDCA-24$0$500
    Bill BerryhillRCA-26$0$5,250
    Marty BlockDCA-78$0$12,300
    Bob BlumenfieldDCA-40$0$1,500
    Susan BonillaDCA-11$0$150
    Steven BradfordDCA-51$0$12,500
    Julia BrownleyDCA-41$0$0
    Joan BuchananDCA-15$0$7,900
    Betsy ButlerDCA-53$0$15,350
    Charles CalderonDCA-58$0$0
    Nora CamposDCA-23$0$0
    Wilmer Amina CarterDCA-62$0$0
    Gilbert CedilloDCA-45$0$0
    Wesley ChesbroDCA-1$0$9,935
    Connie ConwayRCA-34$0$12,900
    Paul CookRCA-65$0$0
    Mike DavisDCA-48$0$0
    Roger DickinsonDCA-9$0$2,500
    Tim DonnellyRCA-59$0$0
    Mike EngDCA-49$0$0
    Mike FeuerDCA-42$0$0
    Nathan FletcherRCA-75$0$0
    Paul FongDCA-22$0$500
    Felipe FuentesDCA-39$0$0
    Warren FurutaniDCA-55$0$0
    Beth GainesRCA-4$0$0
    Cathleen GalgianiDCA-17$0$6,550
    Martin GarrickRCA-74$0$0
    Mike GattoDCA-43$0$11,300
    Rich GordonDCA-21$0$2,000
    Jeff GorellRCA-37$0$0
    Shannon GroveRCA-32$0$5,400
    Curt HagmanRCA-60$0$0
    Linda HaldermanRCA-29$0$0
    Isadore HallDCA-52$0$1,500
    Diane HarkeyRCA-73$0$0
    Mary HayashiDCA-18$0$0
    Roger HernandezDCA-57$0$1,000
    Jerry HillDCA-19$0$6,400
    Alyson HuberDCA-10$0$0
    Ben HuesoDCA-79$0$0
    Jared HuffmanDCA-6$0$0
    Kevin JeffriesRCA-66$0$0
    Brian JonesRCA-77$0$0
    Steve KnightRCA-36$0$1,950
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    Dan LogueRCA-3$0$2,500
    Bonnie LowenthalDCA-54$0$0
    Fiona MaDCA-12$0$0
    Allan MansoorRCA-68$0$0
    Tony MendozaDCA-56$0$0
    Jeff MillerRCA-71$0$350
    Holly MitchellDCA-47$0$0
    Bill MonningDCA-27$0$8,300
    Mike MorrellRCA-63$0$0
    Brian NestandeRCA-64$0$3,000
    Jim NielsenRCA-2$0$0
    Chris NorbyRCA-72$0$0
    Kristin OlsenRCA-25$0$0
    Richard PanDCA-5$0$0
    Henry PereaDCA-31$0$13,250
    John PerezDCA-46$0$27,000
    Manuel PerezDCA-80$0$14,950
    Anthony PortantinoDCA-44$0$0
    Jim SilvaRCA-67$0$0
    Nancy SkinnerDCA-14$0$24,000
    Cameron SmythRCA-38$0$0
    Jose SolorioDCA-69$0$0
    Sandre SwansonDCA-16$0$0
    Norma TorresDCA-61$0$1,000
    David ValadaoRCA-30$0$0
    Don WagnerRCA-70$0$0
    Bob WieckowskiDCA-20$0$7,000
    Das WilliamsDCA-35$0$3,000
    Mariko YamadaDCA-8$0$500

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    Environmental policy$39,935
    Consumer groups$0
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