A list of Assembly vote changes and additions

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Updated: 3/13/2012 3:40 pm

This table lists Assembly members Fuentes-Huber:

DATEMEMBERPARTYBILLDETAILSADD/CHANGEORIGINALFINAL VOTE
1/26/2012FuentesDAB812Allows the Department of Transportation to include up to 40 percent reclaimed asphalt pavement for hot asphalt mixesaddnot votingno
1/26/2012FuentesDAB1054Changes the way lessees of public land relinquish their oil and gas rightsaddnot votingno
1/26/2012FuentesDAB1124Requires the Public Utilities Commission, in its review of energy efficiency programs, to ensure compliance with additional principlesaddnot votingno
1/26/2012FuentesDAB1145Changes the way workers compensation is distributed and adds job training to benefitsaddnot votingno
1/26/2012FuentesDAB1166Prevents schools from including students' test scores on their ID cardsaddnot votingaye
1/26/2012FuentesDAB1345Requires that local government audits be performed by a CPA, not certain public accounting firmsaddnot votingaye
1/26/2012FuentesDAB137Requires that insurance providers educate patients about the recommended timelines for mammogramsaddnot votingno
1/26/2012FuentesDAB154Requires health insurance companies to provide expanded mental health coverageaddnot votingaye
1/26/2012FuentesDAB171Requires health plans and insurers to cover screening, diagnosis, and treatment of autismchangeayenot voting
1/26/2012FuentesDAB369Bans health insurers from requiring patients to use over-the-counter drugs to treat pain before prescribing pain medicationchangeayeno
1/26/2012FuentesDAB441Requires the California Transportation Commission to include voluntary health factors, strategies and goals in regional transportation plansaddnot votingaye
1/26/2012FuentesDAB526Requires the Board of State and Community Corrections consolidate grant applications for gang intervention and youth crime preventionaddnot votingaye
1/26/2012FuentesDAB53Requires insurers to report contracts with women, minority, and disabled veteran business enterprisesaddnot votingaye
1/26/2012FuentesDAB625Establishes a three-tiered sex offender registration system for 10 years, 20 years, or life based on the crimeaddnot votingaye
1/26/2012FuentesDAB70Authorizes the Department of Health to submit funding applications with other nonprofit health entitiesaddnot votingno
1/26/2012FuentesDAB819Requires the Department of Transportation to establish policies for local governments building bike lanesaddnot votingno
1/26/2012FuentesDAB838Authorizes the appointment of an executive director of safety for the PUCaddnot votingno
1/26/2012FuentesDAB890Exempts roadway repairs and maintenance undertaken by cities or counties to improve public safety from CEQA provisionsaddnot votingno
1/26/2012FuentesDAB904Requires the Public Utilities Commission to evaluate reasonable alternatives for financing residential energy efficiency retrofitsaddnot votingaye
1/30/2012FuentesDAB578Gas pipeline safety: Requires the Public Utilities Commission to implement appropriate National Transportation Safety Board recommendationsaddnot votingaye
1/30/2012FuentesDAB593Allows victims of domestic violence to re-file defense with expert testimony about abuse; gives victims more time to get legal representationaddnot votingaye
1/30/2012FuentesDAB970Requires University of California and California State University trustees to give 90 days' notice of proposed fee increases, advanced notice in an agendaaddnot votingaye
2/2/2012FuentesDSB81Restores $248 million for Home to School Transportation and cuts $248 million from other education programsaddnot votingaye
2/2/2012FuentesDSB98Establishes a new Board of Registered Nursingaddnot votingaye
1/26/2012Gaines, BethRAB625Establishes a three-tiered sex offender registration system for 10 years, 20 years, or life based on the crimeaddnot votingaye
1/30/2012Gaines, BethRAB744Establishes the Office of Intellectual Property to manage property created by state employees or at state expenseaddnot votingaye
2/2/2012Gaines, BethRSB81Restores $248 million for Home to School Transportation and cuts $248 million from other education programsaddnot votingaye
2/23/2012Gaines, BethRAB324Allows courts to send juveniles convicted of an offense that requires registration as a sex offender to a juvenile facilityaddnot votingaye
1/26/2012GalgianiDAB526Requires the Board of State and Community Corrections consolidate grant applications for gang intervention and youth crime preventionaddnot votingaye
1/26/2012GalgianiDAB53Requires insurers to report contracts with women, minority, and disabled veteran business enterprisesaddnot votingaye
1/26/2012GalgianiDAB625Establishes a three-tiered sex offender registration system for 10 years, 20 years, or life based on the crimeaddnot votingaye
1/26/2012GalgianiDAB819Requires the Department of Transportation to establish policies for local governments building bike lanesaddnot votingaye
1/30/2012GalgianiDAB1172Allows a chartering authority or school district to deny a charter school application if it can show it would have a negative fiscal impact on the districtaddnot votingaye
1/30/2012GalgianiDAB1225Establishes that only the municipalities that control veterans cemeteries have the right to sell commemorative accessories without seeking special permissionaddnot votingaye
1/30/2012GalgianiDAB1246Changes the process for adopting instructional materials for kindergarten-8th grade classesaddnot votingaye
1/30/2012GalgianiDAB1276Disallows income tax deductions for amounts paid in punitive damagesaddnot votingaye
1/30/2012GalgianiDAB1413Makes numerous technical revisions to California's election code, some relating to the new "top two" primary systemaddnot votingaye
1/30/2012GalgianiDAB523Makes corn subsidies for ethanol production ineligible for the state's Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Programaddnot votingaye
1/30/2012GalgianiDAB578Gas pipeline safety: Requires the Public Utilities Commission to implement appropriate National Transportation Safety Board recommendationsaddnot votingaye
1/30/2012GalgianiDAB744Establishes the Office of Intellectual Property to manage property created by state employees or at state expenseaddnot votingaye
1/30/2012GalgianiDAB970Requires University of California and California State University trustees to give 90 days' notice of proposed fee increases, advanced notice in an agendaaddnot votingaye
2/23/2012GalgianiDAB324Allows courts to send juveniles convicted of an offense that requires registration as a sex offender to a juvenile facilityaddnot votingaye
1/23/2012GarrickRAB1126Halves the transaction and use taxchangeayenot voting
1/31/2012GarrickRAB467Urgency clauseaddnot votingno
2/2/2012GarrickRSB98Establishes a new Board of Registered Nursingaddnot votingno
1/26/2012GattoDAB625Establishes a three-tiered sex offender registration system for 10 years, 20 years, or life based on the crimechangeayenot voting
1/26/2012GattoRAB890Exempts roadway repairs and maintenance undertaken by cities or counties to improve public safety from CEQA provisionschangeayeno
1/30/2012GroveRAB1225Establishes that only the municipalities that control veterans cemeteries have the right to sell commemorative accessories without seeking special permissionaddnot votingaye
1/30/2012GroveRAB744Establishes the Office of Intellectual Property to manage property created by state employees or at state expenseaddnot votingaye
1/23/2012HallDAB1126Halves the transaction and use taxaddnot votingaye
1/23/2012HallDAB43Expands Medi-Cal coverage to 133 percent of the federal poverty level starting in January 2014 to conform to federal health care lawaddnot votingaye
1/23/2012HallDAB482Allows Ventura Port District to award a no-bid contract for dredging if contractor has already been chosen through competitive bidding for a federal projectaddnot votingaye
1/23/2012HallDAJR23Joint resolution urging the federal government to maintain a patents office in Californiaaddnot votingaye
1/26/2012HallDAB1166Prevents schools from including students' test scores on their ID cardsaddnot votingaye
1/26/2012HallDAB137Requires that insurance providers educate patients about the recommended timelines for mammogramsaddnot votingaye
1/26/2012HallDAB154Requires health insurance companies to provide expanded mental health coverageaddnot votingaye
1/26/2012HallDAB369Bans health insurers from requiring patients to use over-the-counter drugs to treat pain before prescribing pain medicationaddnot votingaye
1/26/2012HallDAB526Requires the Board of State and Community Corrections consolidate grant applications for gang intervention and youth crime preventionaddnot votingaye
1/26/2012HallDAB53Requires insurers to report contracts with women, minority, and disabled veteran business enterprisesaddnot votingaye
1/26/2012HallDAB70Authorizes the Department of Health to submit funding applications with other nonprofit health entitiesaddnot votingaye
1/26/2012HallDAB812Allows the Department of Transportation to include up to 40 percent reclaimed asphalt pavement for hot asphalt mixesaddnot votingaye
1/26/2012HallDAB819Requires the Department of Transportation to establish policies for local governments building bike lanesaddnot votingaye
1/26/2012HallDAB838Authorizes the appointment of an executive director of safety for the PUCaddnot votingaye
2/23/2012HallDAB324Allows courts to send juveniles convicted of an offense that requires registration as a sex offender to a juvenile facilitychangeayeno
1/30/2012HarkeyRSB880Bars common interest developments from prohibiting installation of an electric vehicle charging station in an owner's parking spaceaddnot votingaye
1/17/2012HayashiDAB1047Prohibits agencies from using motorcycle safety grant money to establish motorcycle only checkpointsaddnot votingaye
1/23/2012HayashiDAB1126Halves the transaction and use taxaddnot votingno
1/23/2012HayashiDAB482Allows Ventura Port District to award a no-bid contract for dredging if contractor has already been chosen through competitive bidding for a federal projectaddnot votingaye
1/26/2012HayashiDAB1145Changes the way workers compensation is distributed and adds job training to benefitsaddnot votingno
1/26/2012HayashiDAB1166Prevents schools from including students' test scores on their ID cardsaddnot votingaye
1/26/2012HayashiDAB1172Allows a chartering authority or school district to deny a charter school application if it can show it would have a negative fiscal impact on the districtaddnot votingno
1/26/2012HayashiDAB1345Requires that local government audits be performed by a CPA, not certain public accounting firmsaddnot votingno
1/26/2012HayashiDAB171Requires health plans and insurers to cover screening, diagnosis, and treatment of autismaddnot votingno
1/26/2012HayashiDAB317Exempts any mobile home that is not the sole residence of the homeowner from rent controladdnot votingaye
1/26/2012HayashiDAB369Bans health insurers from requiring patients to use over-the-counter drugs to treat pain before prescribing pain medicationchangeayenot voting
1/26/2012HayashiDAB441Requires the California Transportation Commission to include voluntary health factors, strategies and goals in regional transportation plansaddnot votingaye
1/26/2012HayashiDAB53Requires insurers to report contracts with women, minority, and disabled veteran business enterprisesaddnot votingaye
1/26/2012HayashiDAB625Establishes a three-tiered sex offender registration system for 10 years, 20 years, or life based on the crimeaddnot votingaye
1/26/2012HayashiDAB761Allows optometrists to independently perform clinical laboratory tests necessary for diagnosing eye conditions and diseasesaddnot votingaye
1/26/2012HayashiDAB838Authorizes the appointment of an executive director of safety for the PUCaddnot votingaye
1/26/2012HayashiDAB890Exempts roadway repairs and maintenance undertaken by cities or counties to improve public safety from CEQA provisionsaddnot votingno
1/26/2012HayashiDAB969Ensures that federally qualified health centers do not get reduced Medi-Cal payments for receiving discounted clinical laboratory servicesaddnot votingaye
1/30/2012HayashiDAB1172Allows a chartering authority or school district to deny a charter school application if it can show it would have a negative fiscal impact on the districtaddnot votingaye
1/30/2012HayashiDAB1208Increases the spending power of the Judicial Councilchangenoaye
1/30/2012HayashiDAB523Makes corn subsidies for ethanol production ineligible for the state's Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Programaddnot votingaye
1/30/2012HayashiDAB593Allows victims of domestic violence to re-file defense with expert testimony about abuse; gives victims more time to get legal representationaddnot votingaye
1/30/2012HayashiDAB640Increases the size of small community publicly owned treatment works allowed to use mandatory minimum civil penalties for water code violationsaddnot votingaye
1/30/2012HayashiDSB880Bars common interest developments from prohibiting installation of an electric vehicle charging station in an owner's parking spaceaddnot votingno
1/31/2012HayashiDAB467Allows cities and counties to access groundwater cleanup funds from Proposition 84, the Safe Drinking Water Act of 2008addnot votingaye
2/2/2012HayashiDSB81Restores $248 million for Home to School Transportation and cuts $248 million from other education programsaddnot votingno
2/23/2012HayashiDAB324Allows courts to send juveniles convicted of an offense that requires registration as a sex offender to a juvenile facilityaddnot votingaye
1/26/2012HillRAB1191Re-allocates tax revenue to schools in years where schools face a shortfalladdnot votingaye
1/26/2012HillDAB1345Requires that local government audits be performed by a CPA, not certain public accounting firmsaddnot votingno
1/26/2012HuberDAB1172Allows a chartering authority or school district to deny a charter school application if it can show it would have a negative fiscal impact on the districtaddnot votingaye
1/26/2012HuberDAB1270Forbids prison administrators from retaliating against inmates who participate in media interviewsaddnot votingaye
1/26/2012HuberDAB625Establishes a three-tiered sex offender registration system for 10 years, 20 years, or life based on the crimeaddnot votingno
1/30/2012HuberDAB523Makes corn subsidies for ethanol production ineligible for the state's Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Programaddnot votingaye
1/30/2012HuberDAB578Gas pipeline safety: Requires the Public Utilities Commission to implement appropriate National Transportation Safety Board recommendationsaddnot votingno
1/30/2012HuberDAB744Establishes the Office of Intellectual Property to manage property created by state employees or at state expenseaddnot votingno
1/26/2012HuberDAB1054Changes the way lessees of public land relinquish their oil and gas rightsaddnot votingno

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