2011 SB 30 Carbon Pollution Amendment

CVNM Position:
Oppose
Priority:
CVNM Priority Vote
Year:
2011
Sponsors:
Rod Adair
Topics:
Air Quality
Energy & Climate Change
Legislative Info:
SB 30 on nmlegis.gov »

Description

The product of extensive negotiations among diverse stakeholders during the recent interim, HB360 and SB30 represented a consensus set of reforms to New Mexico’s administrative procedures for rulemaking.

Outcome

HB360 died in the House Judiciary Committee. SB30 was tabled on the floor by the sponsor (Keller) after the Senate adopted an amendment that would have hamstrung the state’s ability to reduce carbon pollution.


How Legislators Voted on SB 30


  • = Pro Conservation Vote
  • = Anti Conservation Vote
  • A = Absent
  • E = Excused
  • R = Recused
  • W = Abstain
Legislator Party District Office Conservation
Vote
Year
Campos, Pete (D) D 8 Senator 2011
Cisneros, Carlos R. (D) D 6 Senator 2011
Eichenberg, Tim (D) D 15 Senator 2011
Feldman, Dede (D) D 13 Senator 2011
Fischmann, Stephen (D) D 37 Senator 2011
Garcia, Mary Jane (D) D 36 Senator 2011
Griego, Eric (D) D 14 Senator 2011
Griego, Phil A. (D) D 39 Senator 2011
Jennings, Timothy (D) D 32 Senator 2011
Keller, Timothy M. (D) D 17 Senator 2011
Lopez, Linda M. (D) D 11 Senator E 2011
Lovejoy, Lynda (D) D 22 Senator 2011
Martinez, Richard C. (D) D 5 Senator 2011
McSorley, Cisco (D) D 16 Senator 2011
Morales, Howie C. (D) D 28 Senator 2011
Munoz, George K. (D) D 4 Senator E 2011
Nava, Cynthia (D) D 31 Senator 2011
Ortiz y Pino, Gerald (D) D 12 Senator 2011
Papen, Mary Kay (D) D 38 Senator 2011
Pinto, John (D) D 3 Senator 2011
Rodriguez, Nancy (D) D 24 Senator 2011
Sanchez, Bernadette (D) D 26 Senator 2011
Sanchez, Michael (D) D 29 Senator 2011
Sapien, John M. (D) D 9 Senator E 2011
Smith, John Arthur (D) D 35 Senator 2011
Ulibarri, David (D) D 30 Senator 2011
Wirth, Peter (D) D 25 Senator 2011
Adair, Rod (R) R 33 Senator 2011
Asbill, Vernon (R) R 34 Senator 2011
Beffort, Sue Wilson (R) R 19 Senator 2011
Boitano, Mark (R) R 18 Senator 2011
Burt, William F. (R) R 33 Senator 2011
Cravens, Kent (R) R 21 Senator 2011
Harden, Clinton (R) R 7 Senator 2011
Ingle, Stuart (R) R 27 Senator 2011
Kernan, Gay G. (R) R 42 Senator 2011
Leavell, Carroll H. (R) R 41 Senator E 2011
Neville, Steven P. (R) R 2 Senator 2011
Payne, William H. (R) R 20 Senator 2011
Rue, Sander (R) R 23 Senator 2011
Ryan, John (R) R 10 Senator 2011
Sharer, William E. (R) R 1 Senator 2011