AB 345:

Oil & Gas Health and Safety Buffer Zones

Author:

Assemblymember Al Muratsuchi

Would have established health and safety buffer zones surrounding oil and gas drilling by requiring a minimum setback distance between oil and gas facilities and sensitive sites such as homes, schools, daycares, playgrounds, hospitals, and health clinics. The passage of this bill would have brought us closer to protecting children and families from the hazards of living near oil and gas sites.

Bill info from the legislature

CLCV Supported

Top Priority Bill

Top Priority Bill

Status:

Passed Assembly 42-31

Died in Senate Natural Resources & Water Committee 4-6

Failed to pass the Legislature

VOTE EVENT: Vote in Assembly Floor, Jan. 27, 2020Status: Passed

vote key

PRO-ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION:ANTI-ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION:DID NOT VOTEDid not vote on good bill. Counted negatively.DID NOT VOTEDid not vote on a bad bill. Counted negatively.EXCUSEDAbsent due to illness or family leave; not counted positively or negatively.

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