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AB 2748 - An Act to Add Section 1544 to the Civil Code, and to Add Sections 340.85 and 1021.3 to the Code of Civil Procedure, Relating to Environmental Disaster.

Environmental disaster: release of claims: statute of limitations: attorneys’ fees. 2015-2016 Legislature. View bill details
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Summary:
(1)Existing law provides that an obligation is extinguished by a release given to the debtor by the creditor, upon a new consideration, or in writing, with or without new consideration. A general release does not extend to claims the creditor does not know or suspect to exist in his or her favor at the time of executing the release, which if known by him or her must have materially affected his… More
(1)Existing law provides that an obligation is extinguished by a release given to the debtor by the creditor, upon a new consideration, or in writing, with or without new consideration. A general release does not extend to claims the creditor does not know or suspect to exist in his or her favor at the time of executing the release, which if known by him or her must have materially affected his or her settlement with the debtor.

Under this bill, a partial or interim payment or reimbursement, made in connection with an environmental disaster by the responsible polluter or any agent or entity related to the responsible polluter to any recipient, would not release the polluter from liability to the recipient for any claim related to the environmental disaster or for any future claim by the recipient against the polluter, or for both current and future claims. The bill would prohibit any such partial or interim payment or reimbursement from being conditioned upon the recipient’s agreement to release the polluter from liability for any current or future claim. The bill would allow such a payment or reimbursement to any recipient to be credited against the liability of the polluter, agent, or entity to the recipient for any current or future claim that is related to the environmental disaster.

Under the bill, a temporary or final settlement of any kind made in connection with an environmental disaster by the responsible polluter or any agent or entity related to the responsible polluter, to any claimant, would release the responsible polluter, agent, or entity from liability to the claimant only for acts, omissions, or injuries that are believed by the claimant to have occurred prior to the date of the settlement, and would not release any claim that is unknown to the claimant at the time of the settlement, occurs subsequent to the settlement, or that is unrelated to the environmental disaster.

The bill would make any agreement in violation of those prohibitions that is entered into on or after February 1, 2017, void as a matter of law and against public policy.

(2)Existing law establishes statutes of limitations for civil actions for injury or illness or wrongful death based upon exposure to a hazardous material or toxic substance other than asbestos, as specified. For injury or illness, the statute of limitations is 2 years from the date of injury, or 2 years after the plaintiff becomes aware of, or reasonably should have become aware of, an injury, the physical cause of the injury, and sufficient facts to put a reasonable person on inquiry notice that the injury was caused or contributed to by the wrongful act of another, whichever occurs later. For wrongful death, the statute of limitations is no later than either 2 years from the date of the death of the plaintiff’s decedent, or 2 years from the first date on which the plaintiff is aware of, or reasonably should have become aware of, the physical cause of the death and sufficient facts to put a reasonable person on inquiry notice that the death was caused or contributed to by the wrongful act of another, whichever occurs later.

This bill would, notwithstanding the above provision, establish a statute of limitations of 3 years for specified civil actions for injury, illness, or wrongful death based upon exposure to a hazardous material or toxic substance other than asbestos.

(3)Under existing law, except as attorneys’ fees are specifically provided for by statute, the measure and mode of compensation of attorneys is left to the agreement of the parties.

This bill would authorize the court, in any action for private nuisance against an environmental polluter defendant arising out of an environmental disaster for which the defendant has been adjudged civilly liable, upon motion, to award reasonable attorneys’ fees to a prevailing plaintiff against the defendant.

(4)This bill would limit the application of its provisions to damages caused by an environmental disaster that occurred at Southern California Gas Company’s Aliso Canyon gas storage facility, as specified, or contamination surrounding the Exide Technologies facility in the City of Vernon. The bill would specify that its provisions do not apply to any action against a public entity, as defined.

This bill would make legislative findings and declarations as to the necessity of a special statute for these regions. Hide
 
Status:
This bill was passed by both houses and vetoed by the Governor. It did not become law
Assembly Vote: On Passage

PASSED on August 30, 2016.

voted YES: 54 voted NO: 23
3 voted present/not voting

An Act to Add Section 1544 to the Civil Code, and to Add Sections 340.85 and 1021.3 to the Code of Civil Procedure, Relating to Environmental Disaster.

AB 2748 — 2015-2016 Legislature

Summary
(1)Existing law provides that an obligation is extinguished by a release given to the debtor by the creditor, upon a new consideration, or in writing, with or without new consideration. A general release does not extend to claims the creditor does not know or suspect to exist in his or her favor at the time of executing the release, which if known by him or her must have materially affected his or her settlement with the debtor.

Under this bill, a partial or interim payment or reimbursement, made in connection with an environmental disaster by the responsible polluter or any agent or entity related to the responsible polluter to any recipient, would not release the polluter from liability to the recipient for any claim related to the environmental disaster or for any future claim by the recipient against the polluter, or for both current and future claims. The bill would prohibit any such partial or interim payment or reimbursement from being conditioned upon the recipient’s agreement to release the polluter from liability for any current or future claim. The bill would allow such a payment or reimbursement to any recipient to be credited against the liability of… More
(1)Existing law provides that an obligation is extinguished by a release given to the debtor by the creditor, upon a new consideration, or in writing, with or without new consideration. A general release does not extend to claims the creditor does not know or suspect to exist in his or her favor at the time of executing the release, which if known by him or her must have materially affected his or her settlement with the debtor.

Under this bill, a partial or interim payment or reimbursement, made in connection with an environmental disaster by the responsible polluter or any agent or entity related to the responsible polluter to any recipient, would not release the polluter from liability to the recipient for any claim related to the environmental disaster or for any future claim by the recipient against the polluter, or for both current and future claims. The bill would prohibit any such partial or interim payment or reimbursement from being conditioned upon the recipient’s agreement to release the polluter from liability for any current or future claim. The bill would allow such a payment or reimbursement to any recipient to be credited against the liability of the polluter, agent, or entity to the recipient for any current or future claim that is related to the environmental disaster.

Under the bill, a temporary or final settlement of any kind made in connection with an environmental disaster by the responsible polluter or any agent or entity related to the responsible polluter, to any claimant, would release the responsible polluter, agent, or entity from liability to the claimant only for acts, omissions, or injuries that are believed by the claimant to have occurred prior to the date of the settlement, and would not release any claim that is unknown to the claimant at the time of the settlement, occurs subsequent to the settlement, or that is unrelated to the environmental disaster.

The bill would make any agreement in violation of those prohibitions that is entered into on or after February 1, 2017, void as a matter of law and against public policy.

(2)Existing law establishes statutes of limitations for civil actions for injury or illness or wrongful death based upon exposure to a hazardous material or toxic substance other than asbestos, as specified. For injury or illness, the statute of limitations is 2 years from the date of injury, or 2 years after the plaintiff becomes aware of, or reasonably should have become aware of, an injury, the physical cause of the injury, and sufficient facts to put a reasonable person on inquiry notice that the injury was caused or contributed to by the wrongful act of another, whichever occurs later. For wrongful death, the statute of limitations is no later than either 2 years from the date of the death of the plaintiff’s decedent, or 2 years from the first date on which the plaintiff is aware of, or reasonably should have become aware of, the physical cause of the death and sufficient facts to put a reasonable person on inquiry notice that the death was caused or contributed to by the wrongful act of another, whichever occurs later.

This bill would, notwithstanding the above provision, establish a statute of limitations of 3 years for specified civil actions for injury, illness, or wrongful death based upon exposure to a hazardous material or toxic substance other than asbestos.

(3)Under existing law, except as attorneys’ fees are specifically provided for by statute, the measure and mode of compensation of attorneys is left to the agreement of the parties.

This bill would authorize the court, in any action for private nuisance against an environmental polluter defendant arising out of an environmental disaster for which the defendant has been adjudged civilly liable, upon motion, to award reasonable attorneys’ fees to a prevailing plaintiff against the defendant.

(4)This bill would limit the application of its provisions to damages caused by an environmental disaster that occurred at Southern California Gas Company’s Aliso Canyon gas storage facility, as specified, or contamination surrounding the Exide Technologies facility in the City of Vernon. The bill would specify that its provisions do not apply to any action against a public entity, as defined.

This bill would make legislative findings and declarations as to the necessity of a special statute for these regions. Hide
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Title
An Act to Add Section 1544 to the Civil Code, and to Add Sections 340.85 and 1021.3 to the Code of Civil Procedure, Relating to Environmental Disaster.
Author(s)
Mike Gatto
Co-Authors
    Subjects
    • Environmental disaster: release of claims: statute of limitations: attorneys’ fees
    Major Actions
    Introduced2/19/2016
    Referred to Committee
    Failed passage in Assembly5/05/2016
    Passed Assembly Committee on Judiciary6/02/2016
    Passed Assembly6/02/2016
    Passed Senate Committee on Judiciary6/21/2016
    Passed Senate Committee on Environmental Quality6/29/2016
    Passed Senate8/23/2016
    Passed Assembly8/30/2016
    Presented to the governor (enrolled)9/09/2016
    Vetoed by Governor9/26/2016
    Vetoed by Governor9/26/2016
    Bill History
    Chamber/CommitteeMotionDateResult
    select this voteAssemblyAB 2748 GATTO Assembly Third Reading5/05/2016This bill DID NOT PASS the Assembly
    30 voted YES 32 voted NO 17 voted present/not voting
    select this voteAssembly Committee on JudiciaryDo pass as amended.6/02/2016This motion PASSED the Assembly Committee on Judiciary
    7 voted YES 3 voted NO 0 voted present/not voting
    select this voteAssemblyAB 2748 GATTO Assembly Third Reading6/02/2016This bill PASSED the Assembly
    53 voted YES 18 voted NO 9 voted present/not voting
    select this voteSenate Committee on JudiciaryDo pass, but first be re-referred to the Committee on [Environmental Quality]6/21/2016This motion PASSED the Senate Committee on Judiciary
    4 voted YES 2 voted NO 0 voted present/not voting
    select this voteSenate Committee on Environmental QualityDo pass6/29/2016This motion PASSED the Senate Committee on Environmental Quality
    5 voted YES 2 voted NO 0 voted present/not voting
    select this voteSenateAssembly 3rd Reading AB2748 Gatto By Monning8/23/2016This bill PASSED the Senate
    23 voted YES 13 voted NO 3 voted present/not voting
    currently selectedAssemblyAB 2748 GATTO Concurrence in Senate Amendments8/30/2016This bill PASSED the Assembly
    54 voted YES 23 voted NO 3 voted present/not voting
    ActionDateDescription
    Introduced2/19/2016
    2/19/2016Introduced. To print.
    2/21/2016From printer. May be heard in committee March 22.
    2/22/2016Read first time.
    3/17/2016Referred to Com. on JUD.
    3/18/2016From committee chair, with author's amendments: Amend, and re-refer to Com. on JUD. Read second time and amended.
    3/28/2016Re-referred to Com. on JUD.
    3/30/2016In committee: Set, first hearing. Hearing canceled at the request of author.
    4/12/2016In committee: Hearing postponed by committee.
    4/18/2016From committee chair, with author's amendments: Amend, and re-refer to Com. on JUD. Read second time and amended.
    4/19/2016Re-referred to Com. on JUD.
    4/28/2016From committee: Amend, and do pass as amended. (Ayes 7. Noes 3.) (April 26).
    5/02/2016Read second time and amended. Ordered returned to second reading.
    5/03/2016Read second time. Ordered to third reading.
    5/05/2016Read third time. Refused passage. (Ayes 30. Noes 32. Page 4692.). Motion to reconsider made by Assembly Member Gatto.
    select this voteAssembly Vote on Passage5/05/2016AB 2748 GATTO Assembly Third Reading
    5/09/2016May 27-Motion to reconsider continued.
    5/31/2016Reconsideration granted. (Page 4994.)
    6/01/2016Read third time and amended. Ordered to third reading. (Page 5076.) Re-referred to Com. on JUD. pursuant to Assembly Rule 77.2. Joint Rule 62(a), file notice suspended. (Ayes 52. Noes 27. Page 5138.)
    select this voteVote6/02/2016Do pass as amended.
    6/02/2016Assembly Rule 63 suspended. (Ayes 52. Noes 26. Page 5167.) Read third time. Passed. Ordered to the Senate. (Ayes 53. Noes 18. Page 5240.) Re-referred to Com. on JUD. From committee: Amend, and do pass as amended. (Ayes 7. Noes 3.) (June 2). Read second time and amended.
    select this voteAssembly Vote on Passage6/02/2016AB 2748 GATTO Assembly Third Reading
    6/06/2016In Senate. Read first time. To Com. on RLS. for assignment.
    6/09/2016Referred to Coms. on JUD. and E.Q.
    select this voteVote6/21/2016Do pass, but first be re-referred to the Committee on [Environmental Quality]
    6/22/2016From committee: Do pass and re-refer to Com. on E.Q. (Ayes 4. Noes 2.) (June 21). Re-referred to Com. on E.Q.
    select this voteVote6/29/2016Do pass
    6/30/2016From committee: Do pass. (Ayes 5. Noes 2.) (June 29).
    8/01/2016Read second time. Ordered to third reading.
    8/18/2016Read third time and amended. Ordered to second reading.
    8/19/2016Read second time. Ordered to third reading. Read third time and amended. Ordered to second reading.
    8/22/2016Read second time. Ordered to third reading.
    8/23/2016Read third time. Passed. Ordered to the Assembly. (Ayes 23. Noes 13. Page 5313.).
    select this voteSenate Vote on Passage8/23/2016Assembly 3rd Reading AB2748 Gatto By Monning
    8/25/2016In Assembly. Concurrence in Senate amendments pending. May be considered on or after August 28 pursuant to Assembly Rule 77.
    8/30/2016Senate amendments concurred in. To Engrossing and Enrolling. (Ayes 54. Noes 23. Page 6443.).
    currently selectedAssembly Vote on Passage8/30/2016AB 2748 GATTO Concurrence in Senate Amendments
    9/09/2016Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 2:30 p.m.
    Vetoed9/26/2016Vetoed by Governor.

    Total contributions given to Assemblymembers from interest groups that…

    12 Organizations Support and 12 Oppose; See Which Ones

    Organizations that took a position on
    An Act to Add Section 1544 to the Civil Code, and to Add Sections 340.85 and 1021.3 to the Code of Civil Procedure, Relating to Environmental Disaster.: AB 2748 GATTO Concurrence in Senate Amendments

    12 organizations support this bill

    california coastal protection network
    Assembly Committee on Judiciary (2016, June 1). Assembly Committee Analysis 6-1-2016. Retrieved August 8, 2016, from LegInfo.
    Clean Water Action
    Assembly Committee on Judiciary (2016, June 1). Assembly Committee Analysis 6-1-2016. Retrieved August 8, 2016, from LegInfo.
    Coalition for Clean Air
    Assembly Committee on Judiciary (2016, June 1). Assembly Committee Analysis 6-1-2016. Retrieved August 8, 2016, from LegInfo.
    Consumer Attorneys of California
    Assembly Committee on Judiciary (2016, June 1). Assembly Committee Analysis 6-1-2016. Retrieved August 8, 2016, from LegInfo.
    Courage Campaign
    Assembly Committee on Judiciary (2016, June 1). Assembly Committee Analysis 6-1-2016. Retrieved August 8, 2016, from LegInfo.
    environmental justice coalition for water
    Assembly Committee on Judiciary (2016, June 1). Assembly Committee Analysis 6-1-2016. Retrieved August 8, 2016, from LegInfo.
    Environmental Working Group
    Assembly Committee on Judiciary (2016, June 1). Assembly Committee Analysis 6-1-2016. Retrieved August 8, 2016, from LegInfo.
    Natural Resources Defense Council
    Assembly Committee on Judiciary (2016, June 1). Assembly Committee Analysis 6-1-2016. Retrieved August 8, 2016, from LegInfo.
    Sierra Club California
    Assembly Committee on Judiciary (2016, June 1). Assembly Committee Analysis 6-1-2016. Retrieved August 8, 2016, from LegInfo.
    State Building and Construction Trades Council of California
    Assembly Committee on Judiciary (2016, June 1). Assembly Committee Analysis 6-1-2016. Retrieved August 8, 2016, from LegInfo.
    Trust for Public Land
    Assembly Committee on Judiciary (2016, June 1). Assembly Committee Analysis 6-1-2016. Retrieved August 8, 2016, from LegInfo.
    Wholly H2O
    Assembly Committee on Judiciary (2016, June 1). Assembly Committee Analysis 6-1-2016. Retrieved August 8, 2016, from LegInfo.

    12 organizations oppose this bill

    American Chemistry Council
    Assembly Committee on Judiciary (2016, June 1). Assembly Committee Analysis 6-1-2016. Retrieved August 8, 2016, from LegInfo.
    California Chamber of Commerce
    Assembly Committee on Judiciary (2016, June 1). Assembly Committee Analysis 6-1-2016. Retrieved August 8, 2016, from LegInfo.
    California Independent Petroleum Association
    Assembly Committee on Judiciary (2016, June 1). Assembly Committee Analysis 6-1-2016. Retrieved August 8, 2016, from LegInfo.
    California Manufacturers & Technology Association
    Assembly Committee on Judiciary (2016, June 1). Assembly Committee Analysis 6-1-2016. Retrieved August 8, 2016, from LegInfo.
    California Metals Coalition
    Assembly Committee on Judiciary (2016, June 1). Assembly Committee Analysis 6-1-2016. Retrieved August 8, 2016, from LegInfo.
    California Railroad Industry
    Assembly Committee on Judiciary (2016, June 1). Assembly Committee Analysis 6-1-2016. Retrieved August 8, 2016, from LegInfo.
    chemical industry council of california
    Assembly Committee on Judiciary (2016, June 1). Assembly Committee Analysis 6-1-2016. Retrieved August 8, 2016, from LegInfo.
    Civil Justice Association of California
    Assembly Committee on Judiciary (2016, June 1). Assembly Committee Analysis 6-1-2016. Retrieved August 8, 2016, from LegInfo.
    National Federation of Independent Business
    Assembly Committee on Judiciary (2016, June 1). Assembly Committee Analysis 6-1-2016. Retrieved August 8, 2016, from LegInfo.
    Western Plant Health Association
    Assembly Committee on Judiciary (2016, June 1). Assembly Committee Analysis 6-1-2016. Retrieved August 8, 2016, from LegInfo.
    Western Plastics Association
    Assembly Committee on Judiciary (2016, June 1). Assembly Committee Analysis 6-1-2016. Retrieved August 8, 2016, from LegInfo.
    Western States Petroleum Association
    Assembly Committee on Judiciary (2016, June 1). Assembly Committee Analysis 6-1-2016. Retrieved August 8, 2016, from LegInfo.

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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 Support
    $ From Interest Groups
    That Oppose
    Vote
    Katcho AchadjianRCA-35$0$4,500
    Luis AlejoDCA-30$55,949$6,500
    Travis AllenRCA-72$0$100
    Joaquin ArambulaDCA-31$0$0
    Toni G. AtkinsDCA-78$41,700$12,700
    Catharine B. BakerRCA-16$0$0
    Frank BigelowRCA-5$3,500$10,000
    Richard BloomDCA-50$0$9,500
    Susan BonillaDCA-14$79,005$17,586
    Rob BontaDCA-18$22,200$2,500
    William P. BroughRCA-73$0$0
    Cheryl BrownDCA-47$8,900$6,900
    Autumn R. BurkeDCA-62$0$0
    Ian C. CalderonDCA-57$8,300$3,600
    Nora CamposDCA-27$107,500$12,165
    Ling Ling ChangRCA-55$0$0
    Ed ChauDCA-49$57,800$0
    Rocky J. ChavezRCA-76$2,000$3,900
    David ChiuDCA-17$0$0
    Kansen ChuDCA-25$0$0
    Ken CooleyDCA-8$80,550$1,300
    Jim CooperDCA-9$0$0
    Matthew DababnehDCA-45$0$0
    Brian DahleRCA-1$2,000$8,400
    Tom DalyDCA-69$37,850$4,450
    Bill DoddDCA-4$0$0
    Susan Talamantes EggmanDCA-13$43,000$7,892
    Jim FrazierDCA-11$123,360$6,000
    Beth GainesRCA-6$0$29,300
    James GallagherRCA-3$0$0
    Cristina GarciaDCA-58$41,150$0
    Eduardo GarciaDCA-56$0$0
    Mike GattoDCA-43$72,300$20,300
    Mike A. GipsonDCA-64$0$0
    Jimmy GomezDCA-51$54,510$2,744
    Lorena S. GonzalezDCA-80$0$0
    Rich GordonDCA-24$75,400$8,510
    Adam C. GrayDCA-21$69,100$16,112
    Shannon GroveRCA-34$0$16,700
    David HadleyRCA-66$0$0
    Matthew HarperRCA-74$0$0
    Roger HernandezDCA-48$68,650$18,700
    Chris R. HoldenDCA-41$83,075$3,300
    Jacqui IrwinDCA-44$0$0
    Brian JonesRCA-71$0$16,300
    Reginald B. Jones-Sawyer, Sr.DCA-59$45,350$3,000
    Young O. KimRCA-65$0$0
    Tom LackeyRCA-36$0$0
    Marc LevineDCA-10$350$8,773
    Eric LinderRCA-60$0$4,000
    Patty LopezDCA-39$0$0
    Evan LowDCA-28$0$0
    Brian MaienscheinRCA-77$0$12,300
    Devon J. MathisRCA-26$0$0
    Chad MayesRCA-42$0$0
    Kevin McCartyDCA-7$0$0
    Jose MedinaDCA-61$57,400$0
    Melissa A. MelendezRCA-67$2,000$2,000
    Kevin MullinDCA-22$116,056$4,000
    Adrin NazarianDCA-46$17,050$0
    Patrick O'DonnellDCA-70$0$0
    Jay ObernolteRCA-33$0$0
    Kristin OlsenRCA-12$1,400$33,694
    Jim PattersonRCA-23$0$1,000
    Bill QuirkDCA-20$61,900$1,000
    Anthony RendonDCA-63$57,900$3,600
    Sebastian Ridley-ThomasDCA-54$0$0
    Freddie RodriguezDCA-52$0$0
    Rudy SalasDCA-32$34,250$4,800
    Miguel SantiagoDCA-53$0$0
    Marc SteinorthRCA-40$0$0
    Mark StoneDCA-29$33,550$1,000
    Tony ThurmondDCA-15$0$0
    Philip Y. TingDCA-19$89,350$1,300
    Don WagnerRCA-68$0$13,300
    Marie WaldronRCA-75$0$7,400
    Shirley N. WeberDCA-79$13,800$0
    Scott WilkRCA-38$0$12,300
    Das WilliamsDCA-37$74,700$3,500
    Jim WoodDCA-2$0$0

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    Legislator Filters
    Legislator Filters
    NamePartyDistrict$ From Interest Groups
    That Support
    $ From Interest Groups
    That Oppose
    Vote
    Katcho AchadjianRCA-35$0$4,500
    Luis AlejoDCA-30$55,949$6,500
    Travis AllenRCA-72$0$100
    Joaquin ArambulaDCA-31$0$0
    Toni G. AtkinsDCA-78$41,700$12,700
    Catharine B. BakerRCA-16$0$0
    Frank BigelowRCA-5$3,500$10,000
    Richard BloomDCA-50$0$9,500
    Susan BonillaDCA-14$79,005$17,586
    Rob BontaDCA-18$22,200$2,500
    William P. BroughRCA-73$0$0
    Cheryl BrownDCA-47$8,900$6,900
    Autumn R. BurkeDCA-62$0$0
    Ian C. CalderonDCA-57$8,300$3,600
    Nora CamposDCA-27$107,500$12,165
    Ling Ling ChangRCA-55$0$0
    Ed ChauDCA-49$57,800$0
    Rocky J. ChavezRCA-76$2,000$3,900
    David ChiuDCA-17$0$0
    Kansen ChuDCA-25$0$0
    Ken CooleyDCA-8$80,550$1,300
    Jim CooperDCA-9$0$0
    Matthew DababnehDCA-45$0$0
    Brian DahleRCA-1$2,000$8,400
    Tom DalyDCA-69$37,850$4,450
    Bill DoddDCA-4$0$0
    Susan Talamantes EggmanDCA-13$43,000$7,892
    Jim FrazierDCA-11$123,360$6,000
    Beth GainesRCA-6$0$29,300
    James GallagherRCA-3$0$0
    Cristina GarciaDCA-58$41,150$0
    Eduardo GarciaDCA-56$0$0
    Mike GattoDCA-43$72,300$20,300
    Mike A. GipsonDCA-64$0$0
    Jimmy GomezDCA-51$54,510$2,744
    Lorena S. GonzalezDCA-80$0$0
    Rich GordonDCA-24$75,400$8,510
    Adam C. GrayDCA-21$69,100$16,112
    Shannon GroveRCA-34$0$16,700
    David HadleyRCA-66$0$0
    Matthew HarperRCA-74$0$0
    Roger HernandezDCA-48$68,650$18,700
    Chris R. HoldenDCA-41$83,075$3,300
    Jacqui IrwinDCA-44$0$0
    Brian JonesRCA-71$0$16,300
    Reginald B. Jones-Sawyer, Sr.DCA-59$45,350$3,000
    Young O. KimRCA-65$0$0
    Tom LackeyRCA-36$0$0
    Marc LevineDCA-10$350$8,773
    Eric LinderRCA-60$0$4,000
    Patty LopezDCA-39$0$0
    Evan LowDCA-28$0$0
    Brian MaienscheinRCA-77$0$12,300
    Devon J. MathisRCA-26$0$0
    Chad MayesRCA-42$0$0
    Kevin McCartyDCA-7$0$0
    Jose MedinaDCA-61$57,400$0
    Melissa A. MelendezRCA-67$2,000$2,000
    Kevin MullinDCA-22$116,056$4,000
    Adrin NazarianDCA-46$17,050$0
    Patrick O'DonnellDCA-70$0$0
    Jay ObernolteRCA-33$0$0
    Kristin OlsenRCA-12$1,400$33,694
    Jim PattersonRCA-23$0$1,000
    Bill QuirkDCA-20$61,900$1,000
    Anthony RendonDCA-63$57,900$3,600
    Sebastian Ridley-ThomasDCA-54$0$0
    Freddie RodriguezDCA-52$0$0
    Rudy SalasDCA-32$34,250$4,800
    Miguel SantiagoDCA-53$0$0
    Marc SteinorthRCA-40$0$0
    Mark StoneDCA-29$33,550$1,000
    Tony ThurmondDCA-15$0$0
    Philip Y. TingDCA-19$89,350$1,300
    Don WagnerRCA-68$0$13,300
    Marie WaldronRCA-75$0$7,400
    Shirley N. WeberDCA-79$13,800$0
    Scott WilkRCA-38$0$12,300
    Das WilliamsDCA-37$74,700$3,500
    Jim WoodDCA-2$0$0

    Interest Groups that support this bill

    $ Donated
    Construction unions$1,610,814
    Labor unions$79,160
    Environmental policy$52,881
    Consumer groups$0

    Interest Groups that oppose this bill

    $ Donated
    Railroads$99,900
    Petroleum refining & marketing$84,600
    Chambers of commerce$65,835
    Pro-business organizations$45,911
    Farm organizations & cooperatives$36,894
    Chemicals$22,100
    Manufacturing$8,686
    Plastics & rubber processing and products$3,000
    Small business organizations$0
    Industrial & commercial equipment and materials$0
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