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16-HRes637 on Mar 3, 2016

Bill Sponsorship: H.Res.637/S.Res.386
Source: Resolution for 50% Carbon-Free Electricity by 2030
Expressing the sense of Congress that the United States should establish a national goal of more than 50 percent clean and carbon free electricity by 2030 for the purposes of avoiding the worst impacts of climate change, growing our economy, increasing our shared prosperity, improving public health, and preserving our national security.
  • Whereas failing to act on climate change will have a devastating impact on our Nation's economy, costing us billions of dollars in lost GDP;
  • Whereas extreme weather, intensified by climate change, has already cost taxpayers billions of dollars each year in recovery efforts, and this will only continue if climate change is left unaddressed;
  • Whereas climate change will have devastating public health implications, including increased asthma attacks and exacerbation of other respiratory diseases, especially in vulnerable populations;
  • Whereas inaction on climate change will disproportionately impact communities of color and exacerbate existing economic inequalities;
  • Whereas the transition to a clean energy economy is feasible with existing technology;
  • Whereas the transition to clean energy will create millions of jobs and will increase our country's GDP and increase disposable household income;
Resolved, That it is the sense of the House of Representatives that the United States should--
  1. Establish a national goal of more than 50 percent clean and carbon free electricity by 2030; and
  2. Enact legislation to accelerate the transition to clean energy to meet this goal.
Also see the related Senate resolution S.Res.386


    Participating counts on VoteMatch question 18. Question 18: Prioritize green energy Scores: -2=Strongly oppose; -1=Oppose; 0=neutral; 1=Support; 2=Strongly support.
  • Topic: Energy & Oil
  • Headline: 50% clean and carbon free electricity by 2030 (Score: 2)
  • Headline 2: 50% clean and carbon free electricity by 2030 (Score: 2)

    Participating counts on AmericansElect question 2.
  • Headline: 50% clean and carbon free electricity by 2030 (Answer: A)
  • Headline 2: 50% clean and carbon free electricity by 2030 (Answer: A)
  • AmericansElect Quiz Question 2 on Energy: When you think about America’s energy needs, which of the following solutions comes closest to your opinion?
    • A: Strong investment in renewable energy like wind and solar
    • B: More drilling than investment in renewables (mix of both solutions)
    • C: More investment in renewable than drilling (mix of both solutions)
    • D: Strong focus on offshore drilling and allowing drilling in federal lands including wildlife reserves
    • E: Unsure


  • Key for participation codes:
  • Sponsorships: p=sponsored; o=co-sponsored; s=signed
  • Memberships: c=chair; m=member; e=endorsed; f=profiled; s=scored
  • Resolutions: i=introduced; w=wrote; a=adopted
  • Cases: w=wrote; j=joined; d=dissented; c=concurred
  • Surveys: '+' supports; '-' opposes.



Democrats participating in 16-HRes637

Xavier Becerra s1oCalifornia DemocratMar 3, 2016
Earl Blumenauer s1oOregon DemocratMar 3, 2016
Suzanne Bonamici s1oOregon DemocratMar 3, 2016
Corrine Brown s1oFlorida DemocratMar 10, 2016
Julia Brownley s1oCalifornia DemocratMar 3, 2016
Cheri Bustos s1oIllinois DemocratMar 3, 2016
Lois Capps s1oCalifornia Democrat (retiring 2016)Mar 3, 2016
Tony Cardenas s1oCalifornia DemocratMar 3, 2016
Matt Cartwright s1oPennsylvania DemocratMar 3, 2016
Kathy Castor s1oFlorida DemocratMar 3, 2016
Joaquin Castro s1oTexas DemocratMar 3, 2016
Judy Chu s1oCalifornia DemocratMar 3, 2016
Steve Cohen s1oTennessee DemocratMar 3, 2016
John Conyers s1oMichigan DemocratMar 3, 2016
Joe Courtney s1oConnecticut DemocratMar 3, 2016
Joseph Crowley s1oNew York DemocratMar 3, 2016
Mark DeSaulnier s1oCalifornia Democratic House MemberMar 3, 2016
Keith Ellison s1oMinnesota DemocratMar 3, 2016
Bill Foster s1oIllinois DemocratMar 3, 2016
Alan Grayson s1oFL Democratic Senate candidateMar 3, 2016
Janice Hahn s1oCalifornia Democrat (retiring 2016)Mar 3, 2016
Denny Heck s1oWashington DemocratMar 3, 2016
Brian Higgins s1oNew York DemocratMar 3, 2016
Jared Huffman s1oCalifornia DemocratMar 3, 2016
Steve Israel s1oNew York DemocratMar 3, 2016
Hank Johnson s1oGeorgia DemocratMar 3, 2016
Derek Kilmer s1oWashington DemocratMar 3, 2016
Rick Larsen s1oWashington DemocratMar 3, 2016
Barbara Lee s1oCalifornia DemocratMar 3, 2016
John Lewis s1oGeorgia DemocratMar 3, 2016
Ted Lieu s1oCalifornia Democratic House MemberMar 3, 2016
Zoe Lofgren s1oCalifornia DemocratMar 3, 2016
Ben Ray Lujan s1oNew Mexico DemocratMar 3, 2016
Michelle Lujan Grisham s1oNM DemocratMar 3, 2016
Jim McDermott s1oWashington DemocratMar 3, 2016
Grace Meng s1oNew York DemocratMar 3, 2016
Seth Moulton s1oMassachusetts Democratic House MemberMar 3, 2016
Patrick Murphy s1oFL Democratic Senate candidateMar 3, 2016
Jerrold Nadler s1oNew York Dem./Lib./Working-FamiliesMar 3, 2016
Eleanor Holmes Norton s1oDistrict of Columbia DemocratMar 3, 2016
Nancy Pelosi s1oCalifornia DemocratMar 17, 2016
Ed Perlmutter s1oCO Democratic candidate for GovernorMar 10, 2016
Chellie Pingree s1oMaine DemocratMar 3, 2016
Mark Pocan s1oWisconsin DemocratMar 3, 2016
Jared Polis s1oColorado DemocratMar 3, 2016
Mike Quigley s1oIllinois DemocratMar 3, 2016
Dutch Ruppersberger s1oMaryland DemocratMar 3, 2016
Tim Ryan s1oOhio DemocratMar 3, 2016
Bobby Scott s1oVirginia DemocratMar 3, 2016
David Scott s1oGeorgia DemocratMar 3, 2016
Brad Sherman s1oCalifornia DemocratMar 3, 2016
Eric Swalwell s1oCalifornia DemocratMar 3, 2016
Mark Takano s1oCalifornia DemocratMar 3, 2016
Paul Tonko s1oNew York DemocratMar 3, 2016
Niki Tsongas s1oMassachusetts DemocratMar 3, 2016
Chris Van Hollen s1oMaryland Democrat (retiring 2016)Mar 3, 2016
Juan Vargas s1oCalifornia DemocratMar 3, 2016
Maxine Waters s1oCalifornia DemocratMar 3, 2016
Peter Welch s1oVermont DemocratMar 3, 2016
John Yarmuth s1oKentucky DemocratMar 3, 2016



Republicans participating in 16-HRes637



Independents participating in 16-HRes637



Total recorded by OnTheIssues:

Democrats: 60
Republicans: 0
Independents: 0


















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