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Climate Planning

Last session, the Senate passed the original bill (28:21) after a conference on the last day but the House chose not to bring then-HB 1099 up for a vote before session ended. Beforehand, Senators Van De Wege and Mullet added a gutting amendment to the bill that scrubbed nearly all mentions of climate change, removed GHG and Vehicle Miles Travelled reductions, and only required the resiliency component. Talk about reactive instead of proactive. This isn't likely to happen again.
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Passed!

  • Bill filed as HB 1181
  • Passed out of the Local Government Committee on Jan. 25th
  • Passed out of the Appropriations Committee on Feb. 9th
  • Passed off of the House floor on March 3rd
  • Now the bill could go to the Senate side (below)
  • Both chambers could vote on the bill

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Passed!

  • Bill filed as SB 5203
  • Passed out of the Local Government, Land Use & Tribal Affairs Committee on Feb. 9th
  • Bill did not pass out of the financial ("Ways & Means") Committee
  • The Senate version of this bill has died
  • Now that the House version has passed out of the House chamber, the Senate could vote on the bill
  • HB 1181 was referred to the Senate Local Government, Land Use & Tribal Affairs Committee on March 7th
  • The bill passed out of the Local Government, Land Use & Tribal Affairs Committee on March 16th
  • The bill passed out of the Ways & Means Committee on April 3rd
  • Bill referred to the Rules Committee on April 4th
  • Bill passed off of the Senate floor on April 7th
  • Bill has been delivered to the Governor to be signed into law

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