SB 1066: Mitigating costs for the coast from climate change

 
CLCV Supported
Signed by Gov. Brown

Climate change will have serious impacts on California's coast, including sea level rise, beach and bluff erosion, and salt water erosion. SB 1066 (Lieu) clarifies that the California Coastal Conservancy may fund and undertake projects to address these climate change impacts. The bill requires the Conservancy to prioritize projects that maximize public benefits such as reducing greenhouse gas emissions, preserving and enhancing coastal wetlands and natural lands, and reducing hazards to harbors and ports.

Senator Party Vote
Elaine Alquist D
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Joel Anderson R
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Tom Berryhill R
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Sam Blakeslee R
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Excused
Ron Calderon D
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Anthony Cannella R
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Ellen Corbett D
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Lou Correa D
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Kevin de León D
Excused
Excused
Mark DeSaulnier D
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Bob Dutton R
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Bill Emmerson R
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Noreen Evans D
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Jean Fuller R
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Ted Gaines R
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Loni Hancock D
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Tom Harman R
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Not Voting
Edward P. Hernandez D
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Good
Bob Huff R
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Christine Kehoe D
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Good
Doug LaMalfa R
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Mark Leno D
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Ted Lieu D
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Carol Liu D
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Alan Lowenthal D
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Gloria Negrete McLeod D
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Alex Padilla D
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Fran Pavley D
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Curren Price D
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Michael Rubio D
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Sharon Runner R
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Joe Simitian D
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Darrell Steinberg D
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Tony Strickland R
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Juan Vargas D
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Mimi Walters R
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Lois Wolk D
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Rod Wright D
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Mark Wyland R
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Leland Yee D
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Katcho Achadjian R
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Luis Alejo D
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Michael Allen D
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Tom Ammiano D
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Toni Atkins D
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Jim Beall D
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Bill Berryhill R
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Marty Block D
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Bob Blumenfield D
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Susan Bonilla D
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Steven Bradford D
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Julia Brownley D
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Joan Buchanan D
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Betsy Butler D
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Charles Calderon D
Not Voting
Not Voting
Nora Campos D
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Good
Wilmer Amina Carter D
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Gil Cedillo D
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Good
Wesley Chesbro D
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Connie Conway R
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Paul Cook R
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Mike Davis D
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Roger Dickinson D
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Tim Donnelly R
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Mike Eng D
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Mike Feuer D
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Nathan Fletcher R
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Paul Fong D
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Felipe Fuentes D
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Warren Furutani D
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Beth Gaines R
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Cathleen Galgiani D
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Martin Garrick R
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Mike Gatto D
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Rich Gordon D
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Jeff Gorell R
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Shannon Grove R
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Curt Hagman R
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Linda Halderman R
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Isadore Hall D
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Diane Harkey R
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Bad
Mary Hayashi D
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Good
Roger Hernandez D
Excused
Excused
Jerry Hill D
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Good
Alyson Huber D
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Good
Ben Hueso D
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Good
Jared Huffman D
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Good
Kevin Jeffries R
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Brian Jones R
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Steve Knight R
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Bad
Ricardo Lara D
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Good
Dan Logue R
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Bonnie Lowenthal D
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Fiona Ma D
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Allan Mansoor R
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Tony Mendoza D
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Jeff Miller R
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Holly Mitchell D
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Bill Monning D
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Mike Morrell R
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Brian Nestande R
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Bad
Jim Nielsen R
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Not Voting
Chris Norby R
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Kristin Olsen R
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Bad
Richard Pan D
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Henry Perea D
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John A. Pérez D
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Good
V. Manuel Pérez D
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Good
Anthony Portantino D
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Jim Silva R
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Nancy Skinner D
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Good
Cameron Smyth R
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Jose Solorio D
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Sandré Swanson D
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Norma Torres D
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David Valadao R
Bad
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Donald Wagner R
Bad
Bad
Bob Wieckowski D
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Das Williams D
Good
Good
Mariko Yamada D
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