The Coalition is tracking the following bills and others that affect alternative fuels and vehicles throughout the legislative session. July 14 is the last day for policy committees to refer fiscal bills to fiscal committees, and July 21 is the last day for policy committees to hear and report bills. Summer recess begins July 21, provided that the Legislature has passed the state budget bill.
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The legislature passed California’s multibillion-dollar transportation bill, SB 1, with a provision that blocks rules requiring truck owners to upgrade or purchase cleaner models. It is likely to make it more difficult for port operators to move to ultralow-emission fleets.
The Coalition is actively working on two bills, AB 476 and SB 53, that could significantly increase the market for NGVs, and closely tracking several other bills that also could drive the NGV industry forward.
Clean transportation advocates are celebrating major victories in a California legislative session marked by heated controversy over the Low Carbon Fuel Standard program and big spending by big oil on opposition campaigns. Despite that opposition, the Legislature passed ground-breaking climate change bills that support alternative fuels and vehicles and cement California’s place as a leader […]
In a flurry of legislative scrambling, lawmakers proposed a plan for spending cap-and-trade auction proceeds just two weeks before the end of the session. AB 1613, authored by the Assembly Budget Committee, would allocate $1.2 billion of unspent Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund (GGRF) money, including the $500 million allocated to CARB for low-carbon transportation programs […]
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