Voting Records

What We Track
We track key conservation bills and inform Minnesotans of their legislators' decisions.
Recent Votes & Actions
Senate voted No
Yes = 3131 DemocratsNo = 3634 Republicans | 2 Independents

What a no means

A "no" vote means improved greenhouse gas reduction goals were not included in SF 972.

Senate voted Yes
Yes = 3934 Republicans | 3 Democrats | 2 IndependentsNo = 2828 Democrats

What a yes means

A "yes" vote passes the SF 972 Energy & Commerce Omnibus Bill through the Minnesota State Senate. Once passed, the bill will be reviewed against the House version of the omnibus bill and debated through a Conference Committee, from which compromise legislation will be produced.

Senate voted No
Yes = 3131 DemocratsNo = 3634 Republicans | 2 Independents

What a no means

A "no" vote means statutory guidelines were not put in place for Minnesota to generate carbon free energy by 2040. No guidelines were put in place to address pollution in areas of environmental justice or wages of workers in the energy sector.

Senate voted No
Yes = 3030 DemocratsNo = 3634 Republicans | 2 Independents

What a no means

A "no" vote means Clean Energy First was not included within SF 972, maintaining a system through which new fossil fuel-based electric plants can be permitted instead of cleaner technologies.

Senate voted No
Yes = 3131 DemocratsNo = 3634 Republicans | 2 Independents

What a no means

A "no" vote refuses to acknowledge that human-created greenhouse gas emissions are the leading cause of climate change.

Senate voted No
Yes = 311 Republican | 30 DemocratsNo = 3633 Republicans | 1 Democrat | 2 Independents

What a no means

A "no" vote allows for the repeal of the nuclear energy moratorium. If enacted, this provision would allow the construction of new nuclear energy facilities in the state.

House voted Yes
Yes = 8212 Republicans | 70 DemocratsNo = 5050 Republicans

What a yes means

A “Yes” vote means Minnesota's existing energy efficiency programs would be enhanced to support new technologies and consumer choices while providing more jobs in the energy efficiency sector.

Senate voted Yes
Yes = 6432 Republicans | 32 DemocratsNo = 33 Republicans

What a yes means

A “yes” vote means funding created to allow critical infrastructure projects to move forward.

Senate voted No
Yes = 3131 DemocratsNo = 3634 Republicans | 2 Independents

What a no means

A "no" vote refuses to acknowledge that human-created greenhouse gas emissions are the leading cause of climate change.

Senate voted No
Yes = 311 Republican | 30 DemocratsNo = 3633 Republicans | 1 Democrat | 2 Independents

What a no means

A "no" vote allows for the repeal of the nuclear energy moratorium. If enacted, this provision would allow the construction of new nuclear energy facilities in the state.

Senate voted No
Yes = 3131 DemocratsNo = 3634 Republicans | 2 Independents

What a no means

A "no" vote means improved greenhouse gas reduction goals were not included in SF 972.

Senate voted Yes
Yes = 3934 Republicans | 3 Democrats | 2 IndependentsNo = 2828 Democrats

What a yes means

A "yes" vote passes the SF 972 Energy & Commerce Omnibus Bill through the Minnesota State Senate. Once passed, the bill will be reviewed against the House version of the omnibus bill and debated through a Conference Committee, from which compromise legislation will be produced.

Senate voted No
Yes = 3131 DemocratsNo = 3634 Republicans | 2 Independents

What a no means

A "no" vote means statutory guidelines were not put in place for Minnesota to generate carbon free energy by 2040. No guidelines were put in place to address pollution in areas of environmental justice or wages of workers in the energy sector.

Senate voted No
Yes = 3030 DemocratsNo = 3634 Republicans | 2 Independents

What a no means

A "no" vote means Clean Energy First was not included within SF 972, maintaining a system through which new fossil fuel-based electric plants can be permitted instead of cleaner technologies.

Senate voted Yes
Yes = 6432 Republicans | 32 DemocratsNo = 33 Republicans

What a yes means

A “yes” vote means funding created to allow critical infrastructure projects to move forward.

Senate voted Yes
Yes = 5927 Republicans | 32 DemocratsNo = 88 Republicans

What a yes means

A "yes" vote means funds from the Renewable Development account are allocated to four clean energy projects.

House voted Yes
Yes = 8212 Republicans | 70 DemocratsNo = 5050 Republicans

What a yes means

A “Yes” vote means Minnesota's existing energy efficiency programs would be enhanced to support new technologies and consumer choices while providing more jobs in the energy efficiency sector.

House voted Yes
Yes = 10025 Republicans | 75 DemocratsNo = 3434 Republicans

What a yes means

A “yes” vote means funding created to allow critical infrastructure projects to move forward.

House voted No
Yes = 6358 Republicans | 5 DemocratsNo = 6969 Democrats

What a no means

A "no" vote means the MPCA continues to have authority to propose clean car standards.

House voted Yes
Yes = 11037 Republicans | 73 DemocratsNo = 2121 Republicans

What a yes means

A "yes" vote means the habitat projects recommended by the legislative-citizen council receive Outdoor Heritage Funds and may move forward.

House voted Yes
Yes = 849 Republicans | 75 DemocratsNo = 4949 Republicans

What a yes means

A "yes" vote means funds from the Renewable Development account are allocated to four clean energy projects.

House voted Yes
Yes = 11742 Republicans | 75 DemocratsNo = 1717 Republicans

What a yes means

A “yes” vote means industrial use of trichloroethylene in Minnesota is banned by June 1, 2022.

House voted Yes
Yes = 795 Republicans | 74 DemocratsNo = 5554 Republicans | 1 Democrat

What a yes means

A "yes" vote means Minnesota's existing energy efficiency programs would be enhanced to support new technologies and consumer choices while providing more jobs in the energy efficiency sector.

House voted Yes
Yes = 8410 Republicans | 74 DemocratsNo = 4343 Republicans

What a yes means

A "yes" vote means—the Omnibus Bill passes and the state’s environmental and natural resource agencies are funded and programs like "No Child Left Inside," "Lawns to Legumes," the AIS watercraft surcharge and the School Trust lands are created and improved.