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16-SRes386 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 House of Representatives resolution H.Res.637

    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-SRes386

Richard Blumenthal s1oCT Democratic Sr SenatorMar 3, 2016
Cory Booker s1oNJ Democratic ChallengerMar 3, 2016
Barbara Boxer s1oCA Democratic Jr Senator (retiring 2016)Mar 3, 2016
Richard Durbin s1oIL Democratic Sr SenatorMar 3, 2016
Dianne Feinstein s1oCA Democratic Sr SenatorMar 3, 2016
Al Franken s1oMN Democrat/DFL Jr SenatorMar 3, 2016
Martin Heinrich s1oNew Mexico Democrat (Senate run 2012)Mar 3, 2016
Amy Klobuchar s1oMN Democrat/DFL Sr SenatorMar 3, 2016
Robert Menendez s1oNew Jersey DemocratMar 3, 2016
Jeff Merkley s1oOR Democratic Jr SenatorMar 3, 2016
Barbara Mikulski s1oMD Democratic Sr Senator (Retiring 2016)Mar 3, 2016
Patty Murray s1oWA Democratic Sr SenatorMar 3, 2016
Bill Nelson s1oFL Democratic Sr SenatorMar 3, 2016
Jack Reed s1oRI Democratic Sr SenatorMar 7, 2016
Harry Reid s1oNV Democratic Sr Senator (Retiring 2016)Mar 3, 2016
Brian Schatz s1oHI Democratic Jr Senator AppointeeMar 3, 2016
Jeanne Shaheen s1oNH Democratic Sr SenatorMar 3, 2016
Tom Udall s1oNew Mexico Democrat (Senate 2008)Mar 3, 2016
Elizabeth Warren s1oMA Democratic ChallengerMar 3, 2016
Sheldon Whitehouse s1oRI Democratic Jr Senator, previously attorney generalMar 3, 2016
Ron Wyden s1oOR Democratic Sr SenatorMar 3, 2016

Republicans participating in 16-SRes386

Independents participating in 16-SRes386

Total recorded by OnTheIssues:

Democrats: 21
Republicans: 0
Independents: 0

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