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AB 8 - An Act to Amend Sections 41081, 44060.5, 44125, 44225, 44229, 44270.3, 44271, 44272, 44273, 44274, 44275, 44280, 44281, 44282, 44283, 44287, 44299.1, and 44299.2 Of, to Add and Repeal Section 43018.9 Of, and to Repeal Section 44299 Of, the Health and Safety Code, to Amend Sections 42885 and 42889 of the Public Resources Code, and to Amend Sections 9250.1, 9250.2, 9261.1, and 9853.6 of the Vehicle Code, Relating to Vehicular Air Pollution, and Declaring the Urgency Thereof, to Take Effect Immediately.

Alternative fuel and vehicle technologies: funding programs. 2013-2014 Legislature. View bill details
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Summary:
(1)Existing law establishes the Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program, administered by the State Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission, to provide to specified entities, upon appropriation by the Legislature, grants, loans, loan guarantees, revolving loans, or other appropriate measures, for the development and deployment of innovative technologies that… More
(1)Existing law establishes the Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program, administered by the State Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission, to provide to specified entities, upon appropriation by the Legislature, grants, loans, loan guarantees, revolving loans, or other appropriate measures, for the development and deployment of innovative technologies that would transform California’s fuel and vehicle types to help attain the state’s climate change goals. Existing law specifies that only certain projects or programs are eligible for funding, including block grants administered by public entities or not-for-profit technology entities for multiple projects, education and program promotion within California, and development of alternative and renewable fuel and vehicle technology centers. Existing law requires the commission to develop and adopt an investment plan to determine priorities and opportunities for the program. Existing law also creates the Air Quality Improvement Program, administered by the State Air Resources Board, to fund air quality improvement projects related to fuel and vehicle technologies.

This bill would provide that the state board has no authority to enforce any element of its existing clean fuels outlet regulation or other regulation that requires or has the effect of requiring any supplier, as defined, to construct, operate, or provide funding for the construction or operation of any publicly available hydrogen-fueling station. The bill would require the state board to aggregate and make available to the public, no later than June 30, 2014, and every year thereafter, the number of hydrogen-fueled vehicles that motor vehicle manufacturers project to be sold or leased over the next 3 years, as reported to the state board, and the number of hydrogen-fueled vehicles registered with the Department of Motor Vehicles through April 30. The bill would require the commission to allocate $20 million annually, as specified, until there are at least 100 publicly available hydrogen-fueling stations in California. The bill, on or before December 31, 2015, and annually thereafter, would require the commission and the state board to jointly review and report on the progress toward establishing a hydrogen-fueling network that provides the coverage and capacity to fuel vehicles requiring hydrogen fuel that are being placed into operation in the state, as specified. The bill would authorize the commission to design grants, loan incentive programs, revolving loan programs, and other forms of financial assistance, as specified, for purposes of assisting in the implementation of these provisions. The bill would repeal the above provisions on January 1, 2024. The bill, no later than July 1, 2014, would require the state board, in consultation with air pollution control and air quality management districts, to convene working groups to evaluate the specified policies and goals of specified programs. The bill would add intelligent transportation systems as a category of projects eligible for funding under the Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program. The bill would require the commission and the state board, in making awards under both the Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program and the Air Quality Improvement Program, to provide a preference to projects with higher benefit-cost scores, as defined.

(2)Existing law creates the enhanced fleet modernization program to provide compensation for the retirement of passenger vehicles, and light-duty and medium-duty trucks that are high polluters. Existing law provides that under this program compensation for retired vehicles for a low-income motor vehicle owner, as defined, is $1,500, and for all other motor vehicle owners, it is $1,000. Existing law authorizes this compensation to be increased by the department based on various factors, including the emissions benefits of the vehicle’s retirement.

This bill would establish compensation for replacement vehicles for low-income vehicle owners at not less than $2,500, would make this compensation available to an owner in addition to the compensation for a retired vehicle, and would prohibit compensation for all other motor vehicle owners from exceeding the compensation for low-income motor vehicle owners. The bill would instead authorize an increase in the compensation under these programs for either retired or replacement vehicles only for low-income motor vehicle owners as necessary to balance maximizing air quality benefits of the program while ensuring participation by low-income motor vehicle owners, as specified.

(3)Existing law, until January 1, 2016, increases vehicle registration fees, vessel registration fees, and specified service fees for identification plates by a specified amount. Existing law requires the revenue generated by the increase in those fees to be deposited in the Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Fund and either the Air Quality Improvement Fund or the Enhanced Fleet Modernization Subaccount, as provided.

Existing law, until January 1, 2016, imposes on certain vehicles a smog abatement fee of $20, and requires a specified amount of this fee to be deposited in the Air Quality Improvement Fund and in the Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Fund.

This bill would extend those fees in the amounts required to make these deposits into the Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Fund, the Air Quality Improvement Fund, and the Enhanced Fleet Modernization Subaccount until January 1, 2024, at which time the fees would be reduced by those amounts.

(4)Existing law establishes the Carl Moyer Memorial Air Quality Standards Attainment Program, which is administered by the state board, to provide grants to offset the incremental cost of eligible projects that reduce emissions of air pollutants from sources in the state and for funding a fueling infrastructure demonstration program and technology development efforts. Existing law, beginning January 1, 2015, limits the Carl Moyer program to funding projects that reduce emissions of oxides of nitrogen (NOx).

This bill would extend the current authorization for the Carl Moyer program to fund a broader range of projects that reduce emissions until January 1, 2024, and would make other conforming changes in that regard. The bill also would delete obsolete references and make conforming changes to the Carl Moyer program.

(5)Existing law authorizes the district board of the Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District to adopt a surcharge on motor vehicle registration fees applicable to all motor vehicles registered in the counties within that district. Existing law, until January 1, 2015, raises the limit on the amount of that surcharge from $4 to $6 for a motor vehicle whose registration expires on or after December 31, 1990, and requires that $2 of the surcharge be used to implement the Carl Moyer program, as specified. Beginning January 1, 2015, existing law returns the surcharge limit to its previous amount of $4.

This bill would extend the $6 limitation on the surcharge until January 1, 2024, with the limit returning to $4 beginning on that date.

(6)Existing law authorizes each air district that has been designated a state nonattainment area by the state board for any motor vehicle air pollutant, except the Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District, to levy a surcharge on the registration fees for every motor vehicle registered in that air district, as specified by the governing body of the air district. Existing law requires the Department of Motor Vehicles to collect that surcharge if requested by an air district, and requires the department, after deducting its administrative costs, to distribute the revenues to the air districts. Existing law, until January 1, 2015, raises the limit on the amount of that surcharge from $4 to $6 and requires that $2 of the surcharge be used to implement the Carl Moyer program, as specified. Beginning January 1, 2015, existing law returns the surcharge limit to its previous amount of $4.

This bill would extend the $6 limitation on the surcharge until January 1, 2024, with the limit returning to $4 beginning on that date.

(7)Existing law imposes, until January 1, 2015, a California tire fee of $1.75 per tire on every person who purchases a new tire, with the revenues generated to be allocated for prescribed purposes related to disposal and use of used tires. Existing law requires that $0.75 per tire on which the fee is imposed be deposited in the Air Pollution Control Fund with these moneys to be available upon appropriation by the Legislature for use by the state board and air districts for specified purposes. Existing law reduces the tire fee to $0.75 per tire on and after January 1, 2015.

This bill would instead set the tire fee at $1.75 per tire until January 1, 2024, and reduce the tire fee to $0.75 per tire on and after January 1, 2024.

(8)Section 3 of Article XIX of the California Constitution restricts the expenditure of revenues from fees and taxes imposed by the state on vehicles to specified purposes, subject to certain exceptions.

This bill would require the commission and the state board to ensure that revenues from specified fees imposed on vehicles that are used for purposes of the Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program and the Air Quality Improvement Program are expended in compliance with Section 3 of Article XIX of the California Constitution.

(9)This bill would declare that it is to take effect immediately as an urgency statute. Hide
 
Status:
The bill has become law (chaptered). 
Assembly Vote: On Passage

PASSED on September 11, 2013.

voted YES: 54 voted NO: 19
5 voted present/not voting

An Act to Amend Sections 41081, 44060.5, 44125, 44225, 44229, 44270.3, 44271, 44272, 44273, 44274, 44275, 44280, 44281, 44282, 44283, 44287, 44299.1, and 44299.2 Of, to Add and Repeal Section 43018.9 Of, and to Repeal Section 44299 Of, the Health and Safety Code, to Amend Sections 42885 and 42889 of the Public Resources Code, and to Amend Sections 9250.1, 9250.2, 9261.1, and 9853.6 of the Vehicle Code, Relating to Vehicular Air Pollution, and Declaring the Urgency Thereof, to Take Effect Immediately.

AB 8 — 2013-2014 Legislature

Summary
(1)Existing law establishes the Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program, administered by the State Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission, to provide to specified entities, upon appropriation by the Legislature, grants, loans, loan guarantees, revolving loans, or other appropriate measures, for the development and deployment of innovative technologies that would transform California’s fuel and vehicle types to help attain the state’s climate change goals. Existing law specifies that only certain projects or programs are eligible for funding, including block grants administered by public entities or not-for-profit technology entities for multiple projects, education and program promotion within California, and development of alternative and renewable fuel and vehicle technology centers. Existing law requires the commission to develop and adopt an investment plan to determine priorities and opportunities for the program. Existing law also creates the Air Quality Improvement Program, administered by the State Air Resources Board, to fund air quality improvement projects related to fuel and vehicle technologies.

This bill would… More
(1)Existing law establishes the Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program, administered by the State Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission, to provide to specified entities, upon appropriation by the Legislature, grants, loans, loan guarantees, revolving loans, or other appropriate measures, for the development and deployment of innovative technologies that would transform California’s fuel and vehicle types to help attain the state’s climate change goals. Existing law specifies that only certain projects or programs are eligible for funding, including block grants administered by public entities or not-for-profit technology entities for multiple projects, education and program promotion within California, and development of alternative and renewable fuel and vehicle technology centers. Existing law requires the commission to develop and adopt an investment plan to determine priorities and opportunities for the program. Existing law also creates the Air Quality Improvement Program, administered by the State Air Resources Board, to fund air quality improvement projects related to fuel and vehicle technologies.

This bill would provide that the state board has no authority to enforce any element of its existing clean fuels outlet regulation or other regulation that requires or has the effect of requiring any supplier, as defined, to construct, operate, or provide funding for the construction or operation of any publicly available hydrogen-fueling station. The bill would require the state board to aggregate and make available to the public, no later than June 30, 2014, and every year thereafter, the number of hydrogen-fueled vehicles that motor vehicle manufacturers project to be sold or leased over the next 3 years, as reported to the state board, and the number of hydrogen-fueled vehicles registered with the Department of Motor Vehicles through April 30. The bill would require the commission to allocate $20 million annually, as specified, until there are at least 100 publicly available hydrogen-fueling stations in California. The bill, on or before December 31, 2015, and annually thereafter, would require the commission and the state board to jointly review and report on the progress toward establishing a hydrogen-fueling network that provides the coverage and capacity to fuel vehicles requiring hydrogen fuel that are being placed into operation in the state, as specified. The bill would authorize the commission to design grants, loan incentive programs, revolving loan programs, and other forms of financial assistance, as specified, for purposes of assisting in the implementation of these provisions. The bill would repeal the above provisions on January 1, 2024. The bill, no later than July 1, 2014, would require the state board, in consultation with air pollution control and air quality management districts, to convene working groups to evaluate the specified policies and goals of specified programs. The bill would add intelligent transportation systems as a category of projects eligible for funding under the Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program. The bill would require the commission and the state board, in making awards under both the Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program and the Air Quality Improvement Program, to provide a preference to projects with higher benefit-cost scores, as defined.

(2)Existing law creates the enhanced fleet modernization program to provide compensation for the retirement of passenger vehicles, and light-duty and medium-duty trucks that are high polluters. Existing law provides that under this program compensation for retired vehicles for a low-income motor vehicle owner, as defined, is $1,500, and for all other motor vehicle owners, it is $1,000. Existing law authorizes this compensation to be increased by the department based on various factors, including the emissions benefits of the vehicle’s retirement.

This bill would establish compensation for replacement vehicles for low-income vehicle owners at not less than $2,500, would make this compensation available to an owner in addition to the compensation for a retired vehicle, and would prohibit compensation for all other motor vehicle owners from exceeding the compensation for low-income motor vehicle owners. The bill would instead authorize an increase in the compensation under these programs for either retired or replacement vehicles only for low-income motor vehicle owners as necessary to balance maximizing air quality benefits of the program while ensuring participation by low-income motor vehicle owners, as specified.

(3)Existing law, until January 1, 2016, increases vehicle registration fees, vessel registration fees, and specified service fees for identification plates by a specified amount. Existing law requires the revenue generated by the increase in those fees to be deposited in the Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Fund and either the Air Quality Improvement Fund or the Enhanced Fleet Modernization Subaccount, as provided.

Existing law, until January 1, 2016, imposes on certain vehicles a smog abatement fee of $20, and requires a specified amount of this fee to be deposited in the Air Quality Improvement Fund and in the Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Fund.

This bill would extend those fees in the amounts required to make these deposits into the Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Fund, the Air Quality Improvement Fund, and the Enhanced Fleet Modernization Subaccount until January 1, 2024, at which time the fees would be reduced by those amounts.

(4)Existing law establishes the Carl Moyer Memorial Air Quality Standards Attainment Program, which is administered by the state board, to provide grants to offset the incremental cost of eligible projects that reduce emissions of air pollutants from sources in the state and for funding a fueling infrastructure demonstration program and technology development efforts. Existing law, beginning January 1, 2015, limits the Carl Moyer program to funding projects that reduce emissions of oxides of nitrogen (NOx).

This bill would extend the current authorization for the Carl Moyer program to fund a broader range of projects that reduce emissions until January 1, 2024, and would make other conforming changes in that regard. The bill also would delete obsolete references and make conforming changes to the Carl Moyer program.

(5)Existing law authorizes the district board of the Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District to adopt a surcharge on motor vehicle registration fees applicable to all motor vehicles registered in the counties within that district. Existing law, until January 1, 2015, raises the limit on the amount of that surcharge from $4 to $6 for a motor vehicle whose registration expires on or after December 31, 1990, and requires that $2 of the surcharge be used to implement the Carl Moyer program, as specified. Beginning January 1, 2015, existing law returns the surcharge limit to its previous amount of $4.

This bill would extend the $6 limitation on the surcharge until January 1, 2024, with the limit returning to $4 beginning on that date.

(6)Existing law authorizes each air district that has been designated a state nonattainment area by the state board for any motor vehicle air pollutant, except the Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District, to levy a surcharge on the registration fees for every motor vehicle registered in that air district, as specified by the governing body of the air district. Existing law requires the Department of Motor Vehicles to collect that surcharge if requested by an air district, and requires the department, after deducting its administrative costs, to distribute the revenues to the air districts. Existing law, until January 1, 2015, raises the limit on the amount of that surcharge from $4 to $6 and requires that $2 of the surcharge be used to implement the Carl Moyer program, as specified. Beginning January 1, 2015, existing law returns the surcharge limit to its previous amount of $4.

This bill would extend the $6 limitation on the surcharge until January 1, 2024, with the limit returning to $4 beginning on that date.

(7)Existing law imposes, until January 1, 2015, a California tire fee of $1.75 per tire on every person who purchases a new tire, with the revenues generated to be allocated for prescribed purposes related to disposal and use of used tires. Existing law requires that $0.75 per tire on which the fee is imposed be deposited in the Air Pollution Control Fund with these moneys to be available upon appropriation by the Legislature for use by the state board and air districts for specified purposes. Existing law reduces the tire fee to $0.75 per tire on and after January 1, 2015.

This bill would instead set the tire fee at $1.75 per tire until January 1, 2024, and reduce the tire fee to $0.75 per tire on and after January 1, 2024.

(8)Section 3 of Article XIX of the California Constitution restricts the expenditure of revenues from fees and taxes imposed by the state on vehicles to specified purposes, subject to certain exceptions.

This bill would require the commission and the state board to ensure that revenues from specified fees imposed on vehicles that are used for purposes of the Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program and the Air Quality Improvement Program are expended in compliance with Section 3 of Article XIX of the California Constitution.

(9)This bill would declare that it is to take effect immediately as an urgency statute. Hide
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Title
An Act to Amend Sections 41081, 44060.5, 44125, 44225, 44229, 44270.3, 44271, 44272, 44273, 44274, 44275, 44280, 44281, 44282, 44283, 44287, 44299.1, and 44299.2 Of, to Add and Repeal Section 43018.9 Of, and to Repeal Section 44299 Of, the Health and Safety Code, to Amend Sections 42885 and 42889 of the Public Resources Code, and to Amend Sections 9250.1, 9250.2, 9261.1, and 9853.6 of the Vehicle Code, Relating to Vehicular Air Pollution, and Declaring the Urgency Thereof, to Take Effect Immediately.
Author(s)
Henry Perea, Nancy Skinner
Co-Authors
Subjects
  • Alternative fuel and vehicle technologies: funding programs
Major Actions
Introduced12/03/2012
Referred to Committee
Passed Assembly Committee on Transportation4/08/2013
Passed Assembly Committee on Natural Resources5/06/2013
Passed Assembly Committee on Appropriations5/24/2013
Passed Assembly6/27/2013
Passed Senate Committee on Transportation and Housing8/20/2013
Passed Senate Committee on Environmental Quality8/21/2013
Passed Senate Committee on Appropriations8/26/2013
Passed Senate Committee on Appropriations8/30/2013
Passed Senate9/11/2013
Passed Assembly9/11/2013
Presented to the governor (enrolled)9/25/2013
Became law (chaptered).9/28/2013
Bill History
Chamber/CommitteeMotionDateResult
select this voteAssembly Committee on TransportationDo pass and be re-referred to the Committee on Natural Resources.4/08/2013This motion PASSED the Assembly Committee on Transportation
10 voted YES 3 voted NO 3 voted present/not voting
select this voteAssembly Committee on Natural ResourcesDo pass as amended and be re-referred to the Committee on Appropriations.5/06/2013This motion PASSED the Assembly Committee on Natural Resources
6 voted YES 2 voted NO 1 voted present/not voting
select this voteAssembly Committee on AppropriationsDo pass.5/24/2013This motion PASSED the Assembly Committee on Appropriations
11 voted YES 3 voted NO 3 voted present/not voting
select this voteAssemblyAB 8 PEREA Third Reading Urgency6/27/2013This bill PASSED the Assembly
54 voted YES 20 voted NO 5 voted present/not voting
select this voteSenate Committee on Transportation and HousingDo pass, but re-refer to the Committee on Environmental Quality.8/20/2013This motion PASSED the Senate Committee on Transportation and Housing
9 voted YES 2 voted NO 0 voted present/not voting
select this voteSenate Committee on Environmental QualityDo pass, but re-refer to the Committee on Appropriations.8/21/2013This motion PASSED the Senate Committee on Environmental Quality
8 voted YES 1 voted NO 0 voted present/not voting
select this voteSenate Committee on AppropriationsPlaced on Appropriations Suspense file.8/26/2013This motion PASSED the Senate Committee on Appropriations
7 voted YES 0 voted NO 0 voted present/not voting
select this voteSenate Committee on AppropriationsDo pass as amended.8/30/2013This motion PASSED the Senate Committee on Appropriations
5 voted YES 2 voted NO 0 voted present/not voting
select this voteSenateAssembly 3rd Reading AB8 Perea By Pavley Urgency Clause9/11/2013This bill PASSED the Senate
29 voted YES 6 voted NO 4 voted present/not voting
currently selectedAssemblyAB 8 PEREA Concurrence in Senate Amendments9/11/2013This bill PASSED the Assembly
54 voted YES 19 voted NO 5 voted present/not voting
ActionDateDescription
Introduced12/03/2012
12/03/2012Read first time. To print.
12/04/2012From printer. May be heard in committee January 3.
1/14/2013Referred to Coms. on TRANS. and NAT. RES.
select this voteVote4/08/2013Do pass and be re-referred to the Committee on Natural Resources.
4/09/2013From committee: Do pass and re-refer to Com. on NAT. RES. (Ayes 10. Noes 3.) (April 8). Re-referred to Com. on NAT. RES.
4/23/2013In committee: Hearing postponed by committee.
select this voteVote5/06/2013Do pass as amended and be re-referred to the Committee on Appropriations.
5/09/2013From committee: Do pass as amended and re-refer to Com. on APPR. (Ayes 6. Noes 2.) (May 6).
5/13/2013Read second time and amended.
5/14/2013Re-referred to Com. on APPR.
select this voteVote5/24/2013Do pass.
6/27/2013Read third time. Urgency clause adopted. Passed. Ordered to the Senate.
select this voteAssembly Vote on Passage6/27/2013AB 8 PEREA Third Reading Urgency
7/01/2013In Senate. Read first time. To Com. on RLS. for assignment.
7/03/2013Referred to Coms. on T. & H. and E.Q.
8/12/2013From committee chair, with author's amendments: Amend, and re-refer to committee. Read second time, amended, and re-referred to Com. on T. & H.
select this voteVote8/20/2013Do pass, but re-refer to the Committee on Environmental Quality.
8/21/2013From committee: Do pass and re-refer to Com. on E.Q. (Ayes 9. Noes 2.) (August 20). Re-referred to Com. on E.Q. From committee: Do pass and re-refer to Com. on APPR. (Ayes 8. Noes 1.) (August 21). Re-referred to Com. on APPR.
select this voteVote8/21/2013Do pass, but re-refer to the Committee on Appropriations.
8/26/2013In committee: Placed on APPR. suspense file.
select this voteVote8/26/2013Placed on Appropriations Suspense file.
8/30/2013From committee: Do pass as amended. (Ayes 5. Noes 2.) (August 30).
select this voteVote8/30/2013Do pass as amended.
9/03/2013Read second time and amended. Ordered to third reading.
9/06/2013Read third time and amended. Ordered to second reading.
9/09/2013Read second time. Ordered to third reading.
9/11/2013Read third time. Urgency clause adopted. Passed. Ordered to the Assembly.
9/11/2013Assembly Rule 77 suspended. (Page 3227.) Senate amendments concurred in. To Engrossing and Enrolling. (Ayes 54. Noes 19. Page 3249.). In Assembly. Concurrence in Senate amendments pending. May be considered on or after September 13 pursuant to Assembly Rule 77.
select this voteSenate Vote on Passage9/11/2013Assembly 3rd Reading AB8 Perea By Pavley Urgency Clause
currently selectedAssembly Vote on Passage9/11/2013AB 8 PEREA Concurrence in Senate Amendments
9/25/2013Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4:30 p.m.
9/28/2013Approved by the Governor.
9/28/2013Chaptered by Secretary of State - Chapter 401, Statutes of 2013.

Total contributions given to Assemblymembers from interest groups that…

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$24,253
$219,789
$85,900
$150,652
$0
$3,500
$59,794
$123,452
$101,775
$51,424
$68,341
$3,600
$184,875
$176,710
$0
$14,603
$32,600
$183,826
$22,550
$4,900
$155,054
$107,941
$194,796
$23,900
$7,900
$398,699
$105,600
$0
$43,700
$83,200
$0
$2,000
$0
$102,135
$2,737,470
$1,328,734
$12,300
$1,341,034

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76 Organizations Supported and 5 Opposed; See Which Ones

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An Act to Amend Sections 41081, 44060.5, 44125, 44225, 44229, 44270.3, 44271, 44272, 44273, 44274, 44275, 44280, 44281, 44282, 44283, 44287, 44299.1, and 44299.2 Of, to Add and Repeal Section 43018.9 Of, and to Repeal Section 44299 Of, the Health and Safety Code, to Amend Sections 42885 and 42889 of the Public Resources Code, and to Amend Sections 9250.1, 9250.2, 9261.1, and 9853.6 of the Vehicle Code, Relating to Vehicular Air Pollution, and Declaring the Urgency Thereof, to Take Effect Immediately.: AB 8 PEREA Concurrence in Senate Amendments

76 organizations supported this bill

Achates Power
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Aemetis
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers
undersigned organizations (2013, January 25). RE: SB 11 (Pavley and Rubio) and AB 8 (Perea and Skinner). Retrieved February 7, 2013, from Global Automakers.
American Biodiesel
undersigned organizations (2013, January 31). RE: SB 11 (Pavley and Rubio) and AB 8 (Perea and Skinner). Retrieved April 1, 2013, from Constant Contact.
American Lung Association of California
undersigned organizations (2013, January 25). RE: SB 11 (Pavley and Rubio) and AB 8 (Perea and Skinner). Retrieved February 7, 2013, from Global Automakers.
Association of Global Automakers
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Baker Commodities
undersigned organizations (2013, January 31). RE: SB 11 (Pavley and Rubio) and AB 8 (Perea and Skinner). Retrieved April 1, 2013, from Constant Contact.
Bay Area Air Quality Management District
undersigned organizations (2013, January 25). RE: SB 11 (Pavley and Rubio) and AB 8 (Perea and Skinner). Retrieved February 7, 2013, from Global Automakers.
Bay Area Biosolids to Energy Coalition
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Biodico Sustainable Biorefineries
undersigned organizations (2013, January 31). RE: SB 11 (Pavley and Rubio) and AB 8 (Perea and Skinner). Retrieved April 1, 2013, from Constant Contact.
Bioenergy Association of California
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Black Business Association
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Bosch Rexroth Americas
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
California Air Pollution Control Officers Association
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
California Association of Black Pastors
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
California Association of Winegrape Growers
undersigned organizations (2013, January 25). RE: SB 11 (Pavley and Rubio) and AB 8 (Perea and Skinner). Retrieved February 7, 2013, from Global Automakers.
California Center for Sustainable Energy
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
California Citrus Mutual
undersigned organizations (2013, January 25). RE: SB 11 (Pavley and Rubio) and AB 8 (Perea and Skinner). Retrieved February 7, 2013, from Global Automakers.
California Cotton Ginners and Growers Associations
undersigned organizations (2013, January 25). RE: SB 11 (Pavley and Rubio) and AB 8 (Perea and Skinner). Retrieved February 7, 2013, from Global Automakers.
California Council for Environmental and Economic Balance
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
California Dairies, Inc.
undersigned organizations (2013, January 25). RE: SB 11 (Pavley and Rubio) and AB 8 (Perea and Skinner). Retrieved February 7, 2013, from Global Automakers.
California Electric Transportation Coalition
undersigned organizations (2013, January 25). RE: SB 11 (Pavley and Rubio) and AB 8 (Perea and Skinner). Retrieved February 7, 2013, from Global Automakers.
California Farm Bureau Federation
undersigned organizations (2013, January 25). RE: SB 11 (Pavley and Rubio) and AB 8 (Perea and Skinner). Retrieved February 7, 2013, from Global Automakers.
California Grape & Tree Fruit League
undersigned organizations (2013, January 25). RE: SB 11 (Pavley and Rubio) and AB 8 (Perea and Skinner). Retrieved February 7, 2013, from Global Automakers.
California Independent Oil Marketers Association
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
California Manufacturers & Technology Association
CMTA (2013). Alternative Fuel and Vehicle Technologies: Funding Programs. Retrieved February 7, 2013, from CMTA Legislative Database.
California Municipal Utilities Association
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
California Natural Gas Vehicle Coalition
undersigned organizations (2013, January 25). RE: SB 11 (Pavley and Rubio) and AB 8 (Perea and Skinner). Retrieved February 7, 2013, from Global Automakers.
California Rice Industry Association
undersigned organizations (2013, January 25). RE: SB 11 (Pavley and Rubio) and AB 8 (Perea and Skinner). Retrieved February 7, 2013, from Global Automakers.
California Service Station and Automotive Repair Association
undersigned organizations (2013, January 25). RE: SB 11 (Pavley and Rubio) and AB 8 (Perea and Skinner). Retrieved February 7, 2013, from Global Automakers.
California Small Business Alliance
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
California Thoracic Society
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
California Transit Association
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
California Trucking Association
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
CALSTART
undersigned organizations (2013, January 25). RE: SB 11 (Pavley and Rubio) and AB 8 (Perea and Skinner). Retrieved February 7, 2013, from Global Automakers.
Caltrain
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Carson Black Chamber of Commerce
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Caterpillar
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
ChargePoint
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
City of Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Clean Energy
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
CleanWorld
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Coalition for Clean Air
undersigned organizations (2013, January 25). RE: SB 11 (Pavley and Rubio) and AB 8 (Perea and Skinner). Retrieved February 7, 2013, from Global Automakers.
CODA Automotive
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
CR&R
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Crimson Renewable Energy
undersigned organizations (2013, January 31). RE: SB 11 (Pavley and Rubio) and AB 8 (Perea and Skinner). Retrieved April 1, 2013, from Constant Contact.
Dow Kokam
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Eaton
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Efficient Drivetrains
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Electric Vehicles International
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Environmental Defense Fund
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Environmental Enterprises
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Greater Corona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Greenkraft
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Harvest Power
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Contra Costa County
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Honda
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Hydrogenics Corporation
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Hyundai Motor America
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Imperial Western Products
undersigned organizations (2013, January 31). RE: SB 11 (Pavley and Rubio) and AB 8 (Perea and Skinner). Retrieved April 1, 2013, from Constant Contact.
Kern County Taxpayers Association
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
King Canyon Unified Transportation
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Metropolitan Transportation Commission
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Mission Motor Company
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Moreno Valley Black Chamber of Commerce
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Nisei Farmers League
undersigned organizations (2013, January 25). RE: SB 11 (Pavley and Rubio) and AB 8 (Perea and Skinner). Retrieved February 7, 2013, from Global Automakers.
Promethean
undersigned organizations (2013, January 31). RE: SB 11 (Pavley and Rubio) and AB 8 (Perea and Skinner). Retrieved April 1, 2013, from Constant Contact.
Renewable Energy Group
undersigned organizations (2013, January 31). RE: SB 11 (Pavley and Rubio) and AB 8 (Perea and Skinner). Retrieved April 1, 2013, from Constant Contact.
San Francisco County Transportation Authority
SFCTA (2013, February 12). Resolution Adopting a Position on State Legislation. Retrieved March 27, 2013, from SFCTA.
San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District
undersigned organizations (2013, January 25). RE: SB 11 (Pavley and Rubio) and AB 8 (Perea and Skinner). Retrieved February 7, 2013, from Global Automakers.
Waste Management
undersigned organizations (2013, January 25). RE: SB 11 (Pavley and Rubio) and AB 8 (Perea and Skinner). Retrieved February 7, 2013, from Global Automakers.
Western Agricultural Processors Association
undersigned organizations (2013, January 25). RE: SB 11 (Pavley and Rubio) and AB 8 (Perea and Skinner). Retrieved February 7, 2013, from Global Automakers.
Western States Oil
undersigned organizations (2013, January 31). RE: SB 11 (Pavley and Rubio) and AB 8 (Perea and Skinner). Retrieved April 1, 2013, from Constant Contact.
Western States Petroleum Association
undersigned organizations (2013, January 25). RE: SB 11 (Pavley and Rubio) and AB 8 (Perea and Skinner). Retrieved February 7, 2013, from Global Automakers.
Yokayo Biofuels
undersigned organizations (2013, January 31). RE: SB 11 (Pavley and Rubio) and AB 8 (Perea and Skinner). Retrieved April 1, 2013, from Constant Contact.

5 organizations opposed this bill

Automobile Club of Southern California
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
California Republican Party
CRP (2013, January 31). ALERT - The Car Tax is Back!. Retrieved March 27, 2013, from CAGOP.
CRM Company of Rancho Dominguez
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association
Jon Coupal (2013, January 17). The Car Tax Increase is Back Again. Retrieved March 27, 2013, from HJTA.
Sierra Club California
Assembly Committee on Transportation (2013, April 5). Assembly Committee Analysis. Retrieved April 10, 2013, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.

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Includes reported contributions to campaigns of Assemblymembers in office on day of vote, from interest groups invested in the vote according to MapLight, January 1, 2011 – December 31, 2012.
Contributions data source: FollowTheMoney.org

Contributions by Legislator

Namesort iconPartyDistrict$ From Interest Groups
That Supported
$ From Interest Groups
That Opposed
Vote
Katcho AchadjianRCA-35$19,950$6,000
Luis AlejoDCA-30$10,100$14,900
Travis AllenRCA-72$2,400$0
Tom AmmianoDCA-17$2,000$0
Toni AtkinsDCA-78$71,825$33,250
Frank BigelowRCA-5$80,900$1,150
Richard BloomDCA-50$14,500$16,600
Raul BocanegraDCA-39$105,067$54,639
Susan BonillaDCA-14$48,686$22,240
Rob BontaDCA-18$31,200$10,000
Steven BradfordDCA-62$54,300$9,500
Cheryl BrownDCA-47$9,000$4,000
Joan BuchananDCA-16$35,050$34,629
Ian CalderonDCA-57$31,726$37,020
Nora CamposDCA-27$18,400$5,000
Ed ChauDCA-49$15,550$1,000
Rocky ChavezRCA-76$16,200$3,500
Wesley ChesbroDCA-2$80,405$8,000
Connie ConwayRCA-26$204,287$42,250
Ken CooleyDCA-8$3,300$50,267
Brian DahleRCA-1$30,328$2,000
Tom DalyDCA-69$21,850$25,527
Roger DickinsonDCA-7$9,350$1,000
Tim DonnellyRCA-33$5,750$5,500
Susan EggmanDCA-13$20,300$39,350
Paul FongDCA-28$13,050$7,700
Steve FoxDCA-36$0$0
Jim FrazierDCA-11$26,800$27,407
Beth GainesRCA-6$61,568$78,375
Cristina GarciaDCA-58$6,400$4,000
Mike GattoDCA-43$89,225$33,800
Jimmy GomezDCA-51$11,500$9,500
Lorena GonzalezDCA-80$0$0
Rich GordonDCA-24$24,500$33,900
Jeff GorellRCA-44$30,022$16,950
Adam GrayDCA-21$79,203$49,550
Shannon GroveRCA-34$52,700$9,500
Curt HagmanRCA-55$45,200$33,300
Isadore HallDCA-64$73,179$24,975
Diane HarkeyRCA-73$49,050$12,400
Roger HernandezDCA-48$50,400$21,100
Chris HoldenDCA-41$31,900$30,600
Brian JonesRCA-71$22,300$8,400
Reginald B. Jones-Sawyer, Sr.DCA-59$8,400$9,606
Marc LevineDCA-10$19,748$1,325
Eric LinderRCA-60$7,000$4,000
Dan LogueRCA-3$52,550$13,400
Bonnie LowenthalDCA-70$9,681$0
Brian MaienscheinRCA-77$22,350$7,750
Allan MansoorRCA-74$14,250$10,800
Jose MedinaDCA-61$7,900$19,200
Melissa MelendezRCA-67$9,650$3,000
Holly MitchellDCA-54$19,600$18,700
Mike MorrellRCA-40$21,950$9,400
Kevin MullinDCA-22$17,900$10,007
Al MuratsuchiDCA-66$15,050$7,000
Adrin NazarianDCA-46$8,750$100
Brian NestandeRCA-42$42,050$15,700
Kristin OlsenRCA-12$91,557$24,725
Richard PanDCA-9$67,478$46,445
Jim PattersonRCA-23$18,950$1,100
Henry PereaDCA-31$115,525$56,200
John PerezDCA-53$139,711$62,300
Manuel PerezDCA-56$58,650$34,200
Bill QuirkDCA-20$24,028$2,500
Sharon Quirk-SilvaDCA-65$15,850$0
Anthony RendonDCA-63$33,925$29,500
Rudy SalasDCA-32$32,308$18,500
Nancy SkinnerDCA-15$63,272$8,500
Mark StoneDCA-29$3,000$16,447
Phil TingDCA-19$29,141$21,800
Don WagnerRCA-68$22,300$17,400
Marie WaldronRCA-75$15,800$6,600
Shirley WeberDCA-79$1,350$2,000
Bob WieckowskiDCA-25$30,610$4,000
Scott WilkRCA-38$29,550$12,150
Das WilliamsDCA-37$39,713$16,900
Mariko YamadaDCA-4$18,500$1,000

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NamePartyDistrict$ From Interest Groups
That Supported
$ From Interest Groups
That Opposed
Vote
Katcho AchadjianRCA-35$19,950$6,000
Luis AlejoDCA-30$10,100$14,900
Travis AllenRCA-72$2,400$0
Tom AmmianoDCA-17$2,000$0
Toni AtkinsDCA-78$71,825$33,250
Frank BigelowRCA-5$80,900$1,150
Richard BloomDCA-50$14,500$16,600
Raul BocanegraDCA-39$105,067$54,639
Susan BonillaDCA-14$48,686$22,240
Rob BontaDCA-18$31,200$10,000
Steven BradfordDCA-62$54,300$9,500
Cheryl BrownDCA-47$9,000$4,000
Joan BuchananDCA-16$35,050$34,629
Ian CalderonDCA-57$31,726$37,020
Nora CamposDCA-27$18,400$5,000
Ed ChauDCA-49$15,550$1,000
Rocky ChavezRCA-76$16,200$3,500
Wesley ChesbroDCA-2$80,405$8,000
Connie ConwayRCA-26$204,287$42,250
Ken CooleyDCA-8$3,300$50,267
Brian DahleRCA-1$30,328$2,000
Tom DalyDCA-69$21,850$25,527
Roger DickinsonDCA-7$9,350$1,000
Tim DonnellyRCA-33$5,750$5,500
Susan EggmanDCA-13$20,300$39,350
Paul FongDCA-28$13,050$7,700
Steve FoxDCA-36$0$0
Jim FrazierDCA-11$26,800$27,407
Beth GainesRCA-6$61,568$78,375
Cristina GarciaDCA-58$6,400$4,000
Mike GattoDCA-43$89,225$33,800
Jimmy GomezDCA-51$11,500$9,500
Lorena GonzalezDCA-80$0$0
Rich GordonDCA-24$24,500$33,900
Jeff GorellRCA-44$30,022$16,950
Adam GrayDCA-21$79,203$49,550
Shannon GroveRCA-34$52,700$9,500
Curt HagmanRCA-55$45,200$33,300
Isadore HallDCA-64$73,179$24,975
Diane HarkeyRCA-73$49,050$12,400
Roger HernandezDCA-48$50,400$21,100
Chris HoldenDCA-41$31,900$30,600
Brian JonesRCA-71$22,300$8,400
Reginald B. Jones-Sawyer, Sr.DCA-59$8,400$9,606
Marc LevineDCA-10$19,748$1,325
Eric LinderRCA-60$7,000$4,000
Dan LogueRCA-3$52,550$13,400
Bonnie LowenthalDCA-70$9,681$0
Brian MaienscheinRCA-77$22,350$7,750
Allan MansoorRCA-74$14,250$10,800
Jose MedinaDCA-61$7,900$19,200
Melissa MelendezRCA-67$9,650$3,000
Holly MitchellDCA-54$19,600$18,700
Mike MorrellRCA-40$21,950$9,400
Kevin MullinDCA-22$17,900$10,007
Al MuratsuchiDCA-66$15,050$7,000
Adrin NazarianDCA-46$8,750$100
Brian NestandeRCA-42$42,050$15,700
Kristin OlsenRCA-12$91,557$24,725
Richard PanDCA-9$67,478$46,445
Jim PattersonRCA-23$18,950$1,100
Henry PereaDCA-31$115,525$56,200
John PerezDCA-53$139,711$62,300
Manuel PerezDCA-56$58,650$34,200
Bill QuirkDCA-20$24,028$2,500
Sharon Quirk-SilvaDCA-65$15,850$0
Anthony RendonDCA-63$33,925$29,500
Rudy SalasDCA-32$32,308$18,500
Nancy SkinnerDCA-15$63,272$8,500
Mark StoneDCA-29$3,000$16,447
Phil TingDCA-19$29,141$21,800
Don WagnerRCA-68$22,300$17,400
Marie WaldronRCA-75$15,800$6,600
Shirley WeberDCA-79$1,350$2,000
Bob WieckowskiDCA-25$30,610$4,000
Scott WilkRCA-38$29,550$12,150
Das WilliamsDCA-37$39,713$16,900
Mariko YamadaDCA-4$18,500$1,000

Interest Groups that supported this bill

$ Donated
Physicians$398,699
Wine & distilled spirits manufacturing$219,789
Electric power utilities$194,796
Waste management$184,875
Alternate energy production & services$183,826
Petroleum refining & marketing$176,710
Biotech products & research$155,054
Vegetables, fruits & tree nuts$150,652
Farmers, in general$123,452
Minority & ethnic groups$107,941
Trucking$105,600
Chambers of commerce$102,135
Dairy farmers & wholesale and retail milk, cheese and ice cream dealers$101,775
Auto manufacturers$85,900
Electronics manufacturing & services$83,200
Other commodities (including rice, peanuts, honey)$68,341
Environmental policy$67,016
Farm organizations & cooperatives$59,794
Agricultural services & related industries$51,424
Construction equipment$43,700
Fiscal & tax policy$36,600
Municipal & county government organizations$32,600
Manufacturing$24,253
Independent oil & gas producers$23,900
Oil & gas$22,550
Cotton growers, cotton ginners$14,603
Small business organizations$7,900
Industrial & commercial equipment and materials$4,900
Auto repair$3,600
Public official (elected or appointed)$3,500
Truck & automotive parts and accessories$2,000
Transportation$0
Automotive & trucking$0
Railroad services$0
Health, education & human resources$0
Natural gas transmission & distribution$0

Interest Groups that opposed this bill

$ Donated
Property & casualty insurance$1,328,734
Environmental policy$67,016
Fiscal & tax policy$36,600
Plastics & rubber processing and products$12,300
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